Description

This is my new build for moderate gaming and music production. Recently switched from i5-9600k to Ryzen 7 3800x and got a new motherboard. I found having a second fan on the top of the case didn't allow fresh air being pulled in to get to my graphics card so I removed the one closest to the intake fans.

Part Reviews

CPU

Coming from 9600K, I didn't know what to expect tbh. I'm running at 4.325GHz all core with 1.387V. FPS in game is about the same to i5 and it's great in every game I've played so far.

CPU Cooler

Keeps the overclocked CPU chilly.

Motherboard

Good so far. The RBG looks better than I expected. The fast boot is wayyy slower than my ASRock motherboard's Ultra Fast Boot but it's still fast enough.

Video Card

Great for everything I play. Even slight ray tracing abilties.

Power Supply

Replaced faulty Seasonic PSU. Very good

Operating System

Lost my windows key during the motherboard switch even though it should've been connected to my Microsoft Account. Bought a new one on Amazon but it's way too expensive at $138...

Case Fan

I have these on Corsair h115i pro and they are very good. Best computer fans I have used.

Case Fan

Came with H115i Pro but I'm using as top exhaust. Works well.

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Comments

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Nice build but I’m pretty sure there is an rtx2060 not 2060 super in there.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Thank you! Also it is the 2060 Super.

  • 1 month ago
  • 0 points

I think it is an rtx 2060 because the pcie power connectors are on the side and only the rtx 2060 has that

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Brother I upgraded from a 2060 to 2060 Super and not only did I buy it directly from NVIDIA's website, the backplate clearly says it is a 2060 super. And yes, the power connectors are on the side.