Thank you! The cables could use tidying but behind a closed case I find it's more than enough.
Did your RAM work alright? I see it's made for intel but can work on Ryzen platforms.
Well done. For a first-time builder, you know quite a lot about picking good hardware.
My only complaint is the cable management. A few ties and some work sucking cables to the back of the case will improve visuals of the build- which I would think is pretty important, given the massive Tempered glass side panel on the S340 Elite.
Aside from that, very nice build over all!
Lovely build! I am glad it does more than you expected!
Surely there must be space behind the motherboard to keep those pesky PSU cables out of the way. Moving them to the back would improve airflow and make it much more pleasing on the eyes.
Well done for a first build!!
This is a really nice beginner build and I am sure you had a great time making it :) I also really enjoy throwing together a build for my friends whenever they want to get into PC gaming because I enjoy the whole process.
Your part selection is very good! Love the case and will surely use it in the future. My only concern is the power supply. Corsair has some semi-modular power supplies at just over half the price of that one. and the cables on the Corsair power supplies are a nice flat black instead of ketchup & mustard. Perhaps it isn't enough power though. https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/FQ648d/corsair-power-supply-cp9020101na
Overall this is a very nice build! Enjoy it! :)
Neat little build man! Seems like it will do the job well. Nice choice on the case for sure. My only question would be why you didn't go for a Seagate Barracuda HDD? It's $20 Less, the same speed, and 2TB instead of 1.
Absolutely Stunning. This really makes me want to get my hands on the Meshify C.
Do you recommend?
That is the coolest PSU mod I think I have ever seen. Bravo!!!
I would love to know how you did it!
Hey! I am a bit late to the parade but I love your build!
If I could do one thing to it, I would probably work on cleaning up the cables a bit. I know visuals don't matter at all because it's a closed case, but clearing up cable traffic will improve airflow and lower temps. I love the drawer you have in the OD slot too haha :p
And I definitely agree with you and your parent situation. T.V. and Video Games have few differences. If anything, gaming is healthier for you. You stimulate the mind. I'm not too sure why parents worldwide have grown to hate it. Well, best of luck with your situation. Happy Gaming, Composing, and Working!
Awesome! One Question...
Are the thermaltake Riing fans on the Water 3.0 the ones that are software changeable?