Description

The second version of the original Octane, but built using more knowledge about computers!

Improvements: - Updated PC case - New Peripherals - New CPU & GPU - New liquid cooler for CPU - An organized layout, with RGB - A new SSD and larger storage in Raid 10 setup - 550w PSU (Fully Modular) - Larger & Faster RAM (2 x 8gb 3200mhz)

NOTE - This is an improvement of my first build, transitioning into my third build and will stay with me until I can give it to one of my friends or sell it.

Part Reviews

CPU

I love this processor, I got it overclocked to 4.7Ghz easily (with a great motherboard)

CPU Cooler

My first AiO but one of my favorites. You can't find a better-looking, better-performing AiO for around this price ($69.99 MSRP)

Motherboard

Great motherboard from Octane V1. I'm glad I'm able to finally use this motherboard for what it was meant for... GAMING

Memory

This kit is actually clocked @ 3200mhz but PPP didn't have that version in their listing, lol

Storage

Best SSD you can get if you can't afford a Samsung Evo, PERIOD

Storage

I love these bad boi's. Two terabytes of not-at-all-suspicious files are being stored on these.

Video Card

"You could've gotten a 2060"

Yes, but not for this same lovely price!

Case

Came with everything I wanted in a case...

  • Room for internals
  • Great cable management
  • Amazing price
  • Tempered glass side panel

...and of course, RGB (WOOP, WOOP) Insert Loud Sirens

Power Supply

Literally, the best budget 600w Fully-Modular PSU you can buy

Operating System

Yahboi got them DEALZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Wireless Network Adapter

The little things in life....

Keyboard

I get no less than 360 no-scopes and chicken dinners with this...

Mouse

”Insert Amazing Review Here”

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Comments

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

More pics?

  • 13 months ago
  • 2 points

Soon...

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Good build! How's the monitor? I'm interested in the XG240R. Thanks!

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

The monitor is great! It’s freesync but it’s G-Sync Compatible so I can use that. For a TN Panel it’s pretty good too!