Hi, I just wanna share the old build that I did before, It costed me around £1300 during the time of building things together, I mostly aimed for aesthetics so some bit like ssd is like MEH to me at that time. I sold it a year and half ago and I regret that but now I'm saving up to build another one, which I will post within a month.
The build is mostly aimed to have a reasonable amount of rgb and white element to reflect rgb. I hope u like it. Also this build in particular makes the GPU utilise only 50% whenever you turn on XMP which is kinda strange.
The last image is outdated, I actually had an ultrawide monitor with the pc but for some reason couldn't find the pic of it.
I am glad I didn't lose faith for AMD, I had an FX6350 system before this build and it was stuttery, but when I first got, this, it was like night and day, such a great CPU with reasonable price.
It performs really well, and allows you to overclock well enough.
Very troublesome, my first issue with it was XMP, everytime I turn it on for the RAM, it wouldn't work properly, it would always go back to 2400, even the latest bios updates at the time wont let it do xmp, I had to reach out gigabyte customer support just to give me beta update, which did the job but has sideeffects, whenever my ram has its xmp on, the gpu would only utilise 50% on some titles making it extremely laggy. like way worse than an entry-level Graphics Card, mind you, I had GTX 1080 at the time.
Cool looking ram, does the job
very tough lol, I scavenged my one from an ASUS pre-built system, and it works great, though not as good as ssd but the storage space is plenty for the price.
Well, it's a great card for the price since I don't really care about the heatsink, I had it with NZXT G12 and it performs like a beast!
Very cool case, such rgb, very wow
Meh, it does the job