Right now I call it Ryzen Rainbow, This is my second ever build, and a massive upgrade over the Intel i5-4650 and Asus GeForce GTX 750ti that I had in my very first build. I feel like this one is note worthy. I felt like I worked hard enough that I deserved to treat myself for my Christmas present even though its a few months late.
Everything went over fairly smoothing aside from the stock CPU cooler bumming out on me after its first boot. That okay though because I had a CoolerMaster Air G100M that I was originally going to use in this lying around. I think a few more weekends of overtime will warrant a AIO. Even though they're a little more expensive, but I think it would do the Ryzen 7 2700x a little better. That being said, the G100M idles at 36-42 degrees Celcius. and about 50-55 under load.
I haven't gotten into the depths of this RTX 2060, but with 4 more GB of VRAM then my 750ti. I'm fairly certain its way more then capable. Besides it came with a free game (I choose Anthem) I'm not going to complain about it. Truthfully I can't wait to test it out.
Once I spend a little more time with it. I'll add reviews and pictures of the parts and build
RAM, Its fast. This one just happens to be very easy on the eyes too.
This thing is a beast. Windows 10 boots in less then 20 seconds.
Storage is storage. Seagate is good at what they do. Originally I wanted to try their new Firecuda's. However, they were priced a lot higher. So this 2TB 7200RPM may not be incredibly fast but it gets the job done.
A significant step up from the GTX 750ti I was using. Everything I've thrown at is so far has just been clock work to it. Gigabyte has to be putting out some of the best GPU's at the moment, especially compared to their EVGA or Asus counter parts. and for slightly cheaper too.
This case is pretty sleek, well put together. Along with the tempered glass side panel. It looks nice with all RGB I have on this build. Cable management is nice to. I did have to give it just 4 stars only because it can get a little crowded in the back just with the amount of cables it already comes with. Other then that. I really like this model.
Power supply. Not really much more I can say to that. EVGA makes good products, so I cant really do much complaining. It handles what I need it too. The price isn't terrible either.
These fans are nice. Keep temps in the case down, and look good doing it. I was actually surprised with how much air these things can pull. The only down side is the Program they run off is "meh." That and they can be a little loud if you have them running at 100% the entire time. So that's the only reason I subtracted a star.