Hello everyone. After a year of going back and forth, wondering if I really need to spend 2k on a computer for college. Not only am I an avid console player, but have a decent laptop to where I thought it might just be too excessive.

After about 10 months, I decided "hell yeah, why not" and after a long summer lifeguarding, half my paychecks went into this build.

I initially wanted to go intel: going for the 9700k because the micro center near us had a deal for 300 bucks and was stoked to have a strong gaming rig.

However, I also do productivity like video/photo editing as well and with the release of Ryzen 3xxx I was convinced by my PC gamer friends to switch!

I also plan on doing a lot of OC'ing so I can't wait to see how the temps do under full load as they already hover around 45 when I'm hardcore gaming/editing

Best decision ever!

Not only did I want to go all out this build, I wanted to go ALL OUT, so I went water cooled with the CPU and GPU. Problem was, I had no idea what case would fit all this. At first, I went with the H700i because I saw someone with the same build with the CPU cooler and GPU.

That's when I found the Lian-Li dynamic. In my eyes, one of the most beautiful cases!

After messing around with all of the specs, I waited for the best deals and ended up ordering the parts lat July (7/26) and put it all together with my friends on August 2nd.

No ideas on name yet, but I do have a video for it coming out friday (8/16) and here's the link to my channel if anyone would like to see/support me!

Thanks so much to r/buildapc and r/buildapcsales as well as my friends for helping join the PC master race

also, sorry for only one photo, I use an iPhone and didn't switch to compatible photos which makes everything a pain

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  • 6 months ago
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Looks sick. Why are you exhausting out of the bottom of the case though? could you not get the gpu radiator to the top of the case?

  • 6 months ago
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he has already have 360 rad for the cpu on the top... so the blows fresh air to both cpu and gpu rad

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

it wont exhaust downwards though. rising heat will negate the pressure. he could've used the 360 on the vertical side and the other rad on the top.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

maybe his concern is that warm air from gpu rad will make cpu running hotter.