Description

I will use this mostly for 1080p 144hz gaming, but maybe thrown in some photo editing and video editing here and there. Smooth Process and love all the parts.

Part Reviews

CPU Cooler

can get loud but for the most part good price for a pretty decent cooler

Motherboard

overclocking for cheap bios is relatively easy to use definitely recommend

Memory

Love the way that this ram looks and does it's job and does it well

Storage

works what else can I say

Video Card

love this card! haven't had the chance to explore ray tracing too much yet but so far works really well

Case

I personally just absolutely love NZXT's cases. I think they look absolutely amazing! This case had built in RGB lighting and fan control with a smart device so it was a pretty good deal IMO.

Keyboard

I love this keyboard although no the absolute best for typing but for gaming the response time is awesome

Comments

  • 11 months ago
  • 2 points

Spend more time on that cable management

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

i did and I will reupload pictures soon it looks a lot better

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

get a 2 tb hard drive. you wont regret it. put windows and most used programs on the ssd. but everything else on the hard drive.

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

i was thinking about it sounds like a smart idea

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Why the refence card? You can get something like the Evga FTW3 ULTRA for around 30 dollars more

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

I don't know... I felt like the refrence cards would be the most reliable.... It would probably have been a better idea to go with that but it's too late now.

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Pros of the case - plenty of room and airflow. Cons of the case, too much room if not liquid cooling or decking out hard drive racks. Hard to get good aesthetics in there without gearing it up with stuff you do not really require. You could pop at a couple of RGB fans for the Right Hand Side to act as an inlet. Probably overkill but 120mm RGB Fans are not that pricey. The NZXT is a nice case though.

Cable Management: You did fine - hint - it is much harder to keep clean and tidy cables when everything utilized is what comes out the box with each component. I look at it this way - if you are getting a modular PSU, it would be a shame not to get customized cables for it at a length that is convenient but minimal. Most stuff is too long. True, the Case cables always are too long and there is not much you can do with them outside of connecting to the Mobo and purchasing cable management clamps or ties. Case does not appear to have any hiding places. You can hunt through sites like MnPCTech or Cablemod to get the gear you need to keep aesthetics as clean as you can make it. Cons = costs more money.

1080p gaming? Old gen 1070Ti will mash through it - even for the most demanding games at ultra settings. Costs half the RTX 2070. RTX 2070 will outperform the 1070Ti but at 1080p I doubt you would notice the difference, both will breeze through most games topping well over 60fps... True you can try out Ray Tracing and getting a newer card is nicer than getting an older one.

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

yeah the newer card was more for the longevity of the card. hoping that it will last a long time judging by the fact that it came out in November