This is my creation for AMD SimRacing games and I opted for the Ryzen 7 2700x processor. Using the original Wraith Prism RGB cooler and the Arctic MX4 thermal paste to get better performance.
I have an ASUS ROG STRIX B450-I Gaming this board fits perfectly for a configuration to be kept compact and portable.
For this construction I opted for 32 GB of DDR4 memory. I chose the G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200. However I have some problems with stability and I hope ASUS will release additional BIOS updates to add better compatibility for the higher frequency memory.
I am using an HP EX920 with 512MB for the boot and system. Additional, a 2TB hybrid FirecCuda was installed for games and multimedia.
In this section I inclined for a Shapphire Vega 64 to be able to play with all of the details in maximum settings with good FPS.
The case was the most complicated part because I wanted to maintain the ITX format but had a style and that's why I chose the Raven RZV03, it's a bit complicated to work with limited space but it was worth it, the cable management is difficult but it helps a lot have a completely modular PSU to facilitate the routing of the cables, I also wanted a more personalized case so I added a RGB strip from top to bottom (replacing the one already included in the factory). something that did not take into account was the height of the Wraith Prism and it is not possible to close it, but I'm going to make a cut on the cover and close and show the processor in all its splendor.
For the power supply, we are using a quite compact SFX fully modular 500W, I was lucky and the motherboard illuminates with its RGB the fan part to give it a special touch.
Also i have a Logitech G29 to play my favorites games like F1 or Project Cars