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So this is my very first pc build. I put it all together and it took around 4 hours i think to get it all together. After i completed the build and got windows finished and updated, i went back and did all my wire managing. Just about everything was pretty easy to get plugged up.

Problems I had, well the fans I bought extra for the case I had to be creative on getting the wire fed to where it couldn't be seen and I had to put a new control module with it that I piggy backed from the case fans module already installed. The case wire storage bracket that's on the back side could be a little wider to help with managing but if you get this case, make sure to keep the wires tightly bound to get as much room in it as possible. I also am going to have to buy a usb split adapter as it only has two on top.

The pros for this case and what I have in it, Its stays pretty well cool. I have everything at core clock and balanced. I play games for hours and most everything stays around 46 c. I did download the corsair link app for it and it controls everything on the case with rgb and my dpi settings. The is an msi app that i downloaded that can help change the colors of the motherboard. I had to kinda hunt for it but its pretty nice to have. The storage I got was more than enough, I think I'll eventually get the ssd for it but it uploads pretty quick still.

All and all, pretty happy and I'm sure eventually i might update or tweak here and there but I'll have this for quite a while. Thanks for reading this and I hope it helps if you get any of these parts.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

solid first build

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanx

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

How much did you pay for the i7? That's very high for an older gen CPU.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Bought almost 2 years ago. So around 380

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