Description

This PC was built to get me through the rest of college. My other completed build is what I was upgrading from. The whole plan for this build was to get something that I wouldn't have to upgrade 2 years from now and could run some of the most intense games. This was my first full build of a system where I got to unbox every part and assemble it myself. Everything seems like it was meant to fit together with all the components I got. When it comes to performance this PC will run any game you throw at it, GTA I get steady 60 frames at high to very high settings, in War Thunder I get 160-230 frames. CSGO runs at around 260 frames. I haven't overclocked yet but this CPU basically comes overclocked except for the speed of the RAM and timings. I ran cinebench r15 and got a score of 2987 and r20 got 6738. In the future I might upgrade the GPU but for now it's good enough for the games I play. I was trying to buy a 2070 SUPER but it was always out of stock and I didn't deem the extra $80 for 10 more frames worth it. I didn't pay the prices that PCPartpicker shows so I'll list them here. AMD Ryzen 9- $499.99 Corsair H150i Pro- $150.00 Asus ROG Crosshair VIII- $359.99 Trident RGB- $211 Asus RTX 2070- $519.99 Corsair SPEC-OMEGA RGB- $149.99 Corsair RMx 750- $89.99 Total- $1980.95

Part Reviews

Video Card

Had to RMA the card twice due to it lagging and stuttering. Dropping frames. After a Month it started doing it and got a new card from RMA and a month later it started up again. Games look good when the card is working properly.

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Comments

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

nice build dude. have fun at college!

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Damn bro my back to college build is a 100 dollar chromebook

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Hey man , I got the same case as you and I feel as if the front panel is limiting the airflow considering only got the tiny area at the bottom which allows air in, so I suggest you replace the tempered glass from the front panel to mesh or something , that's what I'm doing this week. It should improve your temps significantly

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Hey, sorry for pinging on a month old post, but did you manage to get this done? I'm eyeing the case, but this is the exact same issue I thought it might have, and I was wondering if it was possible to change the glass to mesh, have you done it?

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Now that's some serious homework computing power! Lol sick build!