This build was a lot of fun. I am definitely a convert at this point. Can't wait to do a round of upgrades and updates. Toyed around in 3DMark and got some respectable scores for my first go at it. The 2080 Ti is chewing through most titles as I figured. At first, I was slightly worried about getting the Black Edition card as opposed to a more expensive PCB from EVGA or another NVIDIA board partner. But at least for me, the thermals have been well within reason and running all titles at full blast. I'm running a slight overclock on both the GPU and CPU, and she is purring like a kitten. Hope you all enjoy.
4.9GHz OC and stable
I'm only dinging this one star because the manual could be a written a little better. Besides that this part works great.
I read the reviews about the screws being tight, and they were...but I have several small screwdrivers that are made for this sort of thing. Patience and a little elbow grease got them off fine. If it wasn't for that I would give 5 stars as everything else about this board is great.
It's RAM and it glows!
Put your OS on this
Play your games off this.
Put some data on this.
Great card for the price compared to others. Not sure why people are overly negative about this card. If you can get one for close to MSRP this is definitely worth picking up. You won't be disappointed.
Great case...don't get the 'i' version. Not worth the $20 extra. But if you do the lights are nice and not the worst $20 I've ever spent.
Cable bag and cable treatment are great
144hz monitor with different game modes. No VSync or Freesync, but this isn't at that price point. Great monitor for the price.