:DDDD Building this PC to play games that I wasn't able to play before.
It most certainly will play anything you want it to play. its a nice build. all reasonable (a little on the premium side) but reasonable parts. It will do just fine :)
EDIT: btw its good to see that the warhawk ram works with ryzen, i saw no official compatibility with Ryzen (i mean i figured it would work but its great to know that it does)
I just ordered some of this memory hoping for the same result with a 3600. For some reason I like the brand, OLOy, a word that looks like a face peeking through a slot.
wait, your red devil syncs with your motherboard?? or did am I just tripping
Nope, I used the software that come with the gpu.
Kinda sad there aren't more pictures lol absolutely stunning build. I have a question though how well do the rgb fans show through the front?
The RGB fans show quite well. I took a picture of the front, but forgot to upload it.
Oh got it so it the front is it a metal grill with the mesh under it?
How is that WiFi adapter working? I’m looking into getting it.
That headset is straight garbage and that monitor is too, you could've gotten a hyper x headset instead or a g pro x(2019) and a monitor from msi which I would recommend if your using a ryzen 3000 cpu
That AIO performs horrible compared to cheaper air coolers and is prone to leaking, and why put an AIO on Ryzen 3000? None of their chips need an AIO or even an Aftermarket cooler and stock can be used. In this case the Scythe Mugen is an amazing Air cooler for $50 that can handle basically any overclock on Intel so it's more than fine for AMD.
That's what I'm thinking about, why'd he buy a cpu cooler for the ryzen 3000 your basically wasting 50 bucks on a cooler which you could've used for more storage or for something else like your case or your fans even, if you want for more cooling ofcourse