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So I was taking this college class at my high school called computer hardware basics and for the final project we were told we had to build a computer. Of course I've always wanted my own gaming build so I decided I'd drop some money on one I could actually use and game on. My budget was set to near $1000 for a decent gaming build. So I set out and found all of parts you see now, of course this was after much research on specs, AMD vs Intel, and of course... RGB. And to my surprise this build came out great, it runs fairly quiet, looks great, and can execute any task I give it.

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  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Smooth

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

This is nice for a first build, Congratulations. The only thing i would have done is saved money and used the stock cooler. You could have got a 2070 super instead of a 2060 super.

the 2070s is a great value considering it is essentially a rtx 2080.

Remember its really easy to upgrade to things like a liquid cooler or more storage but getting a new graphics card is a big jump.