My first build ever. I've been stuck on a laptop and Xbox until now. Just finished grad school and decided to treat myself.
The intention is to use it for work and play. Gaming will probably be its main purpose until I start work in a few months. I was looking for something a little understated. I'm not really into the flashy RGB.
So far there's nothing to complain about. Everything runs well and works as intended.
How'd I do?
Update: New photos of changes I've made. I moved the CPU fan to the correct side and took out the 8 pin adapter for the GPU and just plugged in the 6+2 pin connector from the PSU. Thanks for the help everyone!
Haven't overclocked and have been able to run every game I've thrown at it so far.
If you're using a new motherboard for Ryzen, make sure to order the mounting bracket from cooler master. It doesn't come with the cooler itself.
Only complaint is that mine had the RGB light set to a pulsing Red. Being my first build, I thought I did something wrong and spent far too much time rechecking every part. Turns out it was just a light.
Gets the job done. If you want something sleek but want to avoid RGB, this is a great option.
Fast storage. What more could you want?
Great card. Can handle everything I throw at it at 1440p. Pretty quiet too. The sensors to monitor temps on different parts of the card are a nice bonus.
Looks great, offers plenty of room for everything, and comes with velcro ties and plenty of holes for cable management.
Comes with everything you could need and every cord is black so it doesn't hurt the aesthetics of a build.
Looks good and performs great. Offers a fantastic price for a G Sync monitor.
Nothing to really complain about. The viewing angles aren't great but I'm looking at it straight on anyways so that doesn't really matter.
Love this keyboard. Very portable and build quality is great for the price.