Description

After about 10 years in the console slums, I decided to take my talents to the pc master race. I had purchased a gaming lap top to get my foot in these spicy waters, and boy, was that a mistake. After saving some cash, and crying myself to sleep every night, I decided I'd pull the trigger on some black friday deals. I did a ton of research, shout out Samwell Tarly, and am pretty pleased with the parts I got, balling on a budget and all. The motherboard is probably the only purchase I wasn't too excited about, as the ones I wanted were out of stock and this one had a nice silver pattern to go with the rest of the build (all aesthetic lives matter). Regardless, this build gives me some pretty solid 1080p gaming without temps getting as hot as my toasty buns on a summer afternoon. I am relatively new to this environment, and don't plan on overclocking, but all in all, the process was fun as heck and I'd do it again in a heart beat. In the near future I'd like to get some white cable sleeves to put the icing on the cake, and soon after that I'll be drowning in a 5700 xt and potentially streaming my bronze 2 gameplay on LoL.

Part Reviews

CPU

Gets the job done, reliable cpu. Fan speeds fluctuate by themselves and gets a bit annoying, but still runs cool nonetheless

Video Card

great 1080p card, runs smooth, runs quiet, runs cool

Case

"beautiful and versatile" -nickykillcam 2019

Case Fan

great lighting effects, relatively quiet, and runs cool. 10/10 would cool again

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Comments

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Why the x570? Didn't want to deal with bios? Oh and depending on we're you live you might have over paid on the rx590.

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

exactly didn't want to deal with any bios issues! and I paid 200 CAD for my 590. came with a game, figured it was a steal

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

i got the same memory and same board as you but i cant boot windows it seems like my ssd isnt compatible was that the same case for you

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

it wasn't a problem for me. try setting the boot priority in your bios to your SSD