The goal of this build was to build a high end gaming computer that also offers enough performance for CAD software and is as small as possible.
The CPU used here is the Ryzen 2700X. This CPU offers enough power for all gaming applications. This CPU is also used for CAD applications like Fusion360 and SolidWorks.
The CPU cooler is an AIO from NZXT (X42). The AIO runs almost quiet in idle mode. Another fan was mounted for push-pull operation. With the standard silent settings in the CAM software the CPU reaches about 65°C under full load.
The motherboard is an Asus - ROG Strix B450-I motherboard. The board offers all necessary features. Extreme overclocking was not the goal here, therefore no X470 chipset.
As memory the G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 is used. This Ram just fits next to the AIO cooling block regarding the heatspreader.
The storage used is a Samsung NVME SSD with 500GB in the M.2 slot. The computer boots extremely fast. In addition, a Samsung Evo 860 SSD with 256GB is installed. This hard disk is mainly used for saving project files.
The Asus Rog Strix RTX2070-OC is used as GPU. Enough power for gaming in WQHD
The case is a NZXT H200 black. I chose this case because of its size. Unfortunately no NZXT X62 fits into the case in combination with the Asus RTX2070. So the compromise here is the X42. So that the radiator fits together with the GPU perfectly into the case, I mounted the front fan bracket with PCB Standoff screws a little further to the front. At the lower mounting place for the front fans I installed a bequiet Silent Wings 3 140mm. This is connected to the fan pins of the graphics card and only starts to run when the graphics card reaches a temperature above 45°C. The fan blows air into the area below the graphics card and thus contributes very well to the cooling.
As PSU a SFX power supply from Corsair with 600W is used. I deliberately chose an SFX power supply because the smaller design of the power supply provides more space for air under the graphics card. So the graphics card in this case never gets above 65°C under full load. The PSU is mounted correctly with the fan to the down side.
I love to print things with my 3D Printer so I printed some logos and clips for the AIO hoses. For additive lighting I also used two digital LED-Stripes via Asus Aura (3-PIN RGB header). The Display is connected via USB. Search for "goverlay" on google and you will find the screen.