Thankyou for looking into my build this is my first proper build, any feedback would be greatly appreciated
Ryzen 7 1800X:
I chose this CPU as it popped up in a E-buyer sale while in a discussion with my friends surrounding myself building a new PC. I needed something that would be good for gaming and would also allow for me to use programs such as Adobe premier pro and Lightroom. for the period of time I have been using this it has been smooth and fast for both Gaming and Photo/Video editing and I haven't had any problems to date.
Gigabyte X370 Motherboard:
Much like the Ryzen CPU I saw this board come up as a Grade B ex display model from Novatech and I managed to snag the board for a nice discount from Retail. The board as well as being full of all the features I would require for my PC fits in nicely with the black and white theme I was aiming for.
Team Vulcan RAM:
RAM is RAM at the end of the day, I have had no issues with comparability between this and my Ryzen CPU. it runs super fast, I could of gone with a single kit of 16Gb however I felt a bit greedy and being in the sale decided to go for a 32Gb build.
Cooler Master AIO:
Overall this has been a decent cooler for me in the time I have been using it. The Temps have been much lower and I have seen no thermal throttling over using a stock cooler for the past 3 years. My only issue is unfortunately one of the stock fans has died just over a week or so into the PC. (Any Recommendations for a replacement would go down nicely.)
Corsair MP300 NVME:
I chose a 120Gb NVME SSD to house my Operating system as well as a couple of games/applications which I would regularly use I have had no issues, the speeds are massively noticeable as I had been running mainly of HDD's for the past 3/4 years so the benefit has been greatly appreciated.
For storing all of my images I chose a 1TB HDD (will be changing to SSD shortly) and purchasing a NAS device soon to house all images to mainly remove the slow speeds within my PC. I just had the drive laying around when building to use for mass storage.
I chose this particular case because I think it is one of the nicest cases in my opinion, it doesn't sacrifice airflow too much in my experience and linking with some subtle LEDs it is gorgeous.
Zotac GTX 1070 AMP! edition:
When the PC was being built I was unsure on a GPU to use on the system with the idea of either a 1070, or potentially a RX Vega 64. I knew all along I wouldnt be able to purchase a new GPU from either 1080 or the 20 Series from NVidia, so was searching for a used card to see if I could get a decent deal. My friend kindly lent me his "spare" MSI GTX 1070. This card performed incredibly well and while searching I found the particular AMP! edtion for £235. So far this card is performing very well, running smoothly within Battlefield 5 and other such titles.
Super Flower PSU:
I purchased this PSU in a sale while still using my previous 4690K build and felt no need to purchase a new PSU as this has performed perfectly over time and has no issues running my system as of yet.
I am looking into Overclocking both my CPU and GPU in the near future, will update this build with results of this when this has been done, also potentially looking to do a custom loop in the case, I have seen it done before and think it looks amazing. some new fans and LED's to finish off the aesthetics coming soon. will post update photos, I have today received my custom sleeved white cables to replace the stock PSU cables.