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I finally built a no-compromise PC exactly how I wanted it, sparing no expense for my third build. The only reason I went with the Super instead of the Ti for my GPU is that I plan on going no higher than 1440 and am not getting into 4k gaming yet. I don't feel we are quite there GPU wise, so I will wait and see with the next generation of GPUs. I spent a lot of time on cable management on this build, and it paid off. Not a lot of room on the back side of the Vision S2, and when I put the glass in place, it fit perfectly with no issues at all. I used a graphite pad as opposed to thermal paste. Idle and load temps seem to be about in line with what everyone else is showing with thermal paste. I think the 3900x just runs hot, idling between 35 and 40 degrees Celsius. I'll need to work on fan curves. The temps shift a lot as do the fan speeds and it makes things noisier than I care for. It might also be the Corsair AIO cooler causing this. I probably should have gone with another option, but I can always change it in the future. I'm using the Sabrent 256gb drive as my Windows/boot. The Sabrent gen 4 1TB is my game driver and the Firecuda is for storing video replays for content production. Overall I'm extremely happy with this build. Fire Strike put it in the 97th percentile.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

What cable kit are you using there? Looks pretty good.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Very pretty. Any issues getting the memory to 3600 MT/s? 4 sticks was a problem for earlier gen Ryzen.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Nope, not at all! Was super easy. Just enabled the XMP profile in BIOS and bam. Been working out great!

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Hey, very nice build! Any reason why you didnt get the rgb version of the case? Also why did you choose the thermaltake fans instead of going all in with Corsair for full synergy in light management?