Description

Put this baby together in under 3 hours including the lighting. Additional items that I added which you can also add if you want were 2x140mm Corsair AF Blue LED fans and Airgoo RGB 5050 SMD 2pcs 30leds 50cm LED Strips. Runs pretty well.

Part Reviews

CPU

Great price and excellent performance.

Motherboard

Excellent board with an easy to use bios interface. Wish there were other colors available.

Memory

This RAM is fantastic. The MOD utility from Crucial lets you change the patters and brightness.

Storage

Excellent drive. Had it for a few years and performs without a hitch. Had a problem with Samsung Magician, the software used for this SSD, when setting the drive to RAPID mode, Windows would freeze after idling.

Storage

Had this HDD for a few years, no issues yet even though I have whipped it multiple amount of times.

Video Card

Sweet card. Performs like a champs. A bit heavy on the wattage but not an issue for me.

Power Supply

Great PSU with nearly flat cables. Love the modular aspect of this power supply.

Custom

This case is amazing. The price is excellent. Tinted tempered glass looks fantastic. Plenty of room inside. Overall, this was an awesome case to build in.

Comments

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

All those blue LEDs make me feel like a fly who is attracted to the light. Until I get zapped that is... Otherwise, nice build. Though would like another angle of the PC too. Regardless, plus one.

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

Blue LEDs on AMD rig :')

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

Looks great! +1

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

A few more pics would have been great considering that beautiful case and ram that you used.

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

There you go. Added a few pictures and one without the GPU in the case.

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah, that is a sweet PC. Just finished a similar one for my son. The Wraith is incredible for stock and better than most after markets. Can you set the color of case to red? ;)

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

The strip on the inside can change colors but the fans are static blue including the RAM.

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  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

He said this is a computer, but really its a bug trap the blue leds pull in the bugs and the heat from all the AMD hardware singes them. lel.

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

Can you tell me the steps you install the components in? I have the same case and haven't started building yet, curious on your approach! Cheers

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

I'll be honest with you, I've never followed any proper guides, so the way I build might be slightly different then suggested.

Step1: Ensure case motherboard stand screws are in the right place.

Step2: Put in IO shield.

Step3: Put motherboards in and screw it in tightly.

Step4: Install PSU and run cables needed for all your hardware through designated holes. Hide extra wires in PSU shield.

Step5: Secure your SSD and HDD into the hard drive brackets. Make sure they are facing the right way.

Step6: Place the CPU into your motherboard, lock it in and add CPU Cooler. (I used AMD FX-8370 which was super easy to install)

Step7: Add RAM to MOBO.

Step8: Connect case USB, Power, Reset and HD Light cables to MOBO.

Step9: Connect SSD and HDD sata cables to MOBO.

Step10: Connect power cables to SSD and HDD.

Step11: Connect MOBO 24Pin ATX PSU cable.

Step12: Connect CPU fan to MOBO and case fans to PSU.

Step13: Install GPU and plug in GPU power cables from PSU.

Step14: Cross fingers and press the power button then run away as far as you can. (When the PC is booted up, make sure all the case fans are spinning. The case has a switch on top to change the RPMs, I usually keep it on the highest because I don't care about noise.)