Description

I actually started off with a 2060 then I was like I need 8gb vram so I went with a 2060 super, after that I went to a canada computers to buy the 2060 super but they were selling a 2070 oc edition at the same price so I went with that and I couldn't be happier like I'm getting around 160 fps on ultra on siege I had to use geforce now on my crappy laptop but I then I was like if I need to game then I need an actual pc so yeah this Is what I have now and it's amazing and I love it.

Part Reviews

CPU

Amazing CPU, it is perfect if you wanna multi task. I usually stream and this cpu handles it perfectly. I would definately recommend this cpu.

CPU Cooler

Wow this cooler is amazing I have my cpu overclocked and this always keeps it lower than 70 degrees and is pretty quiet. I would just recommend putting the fan at auto mode through the bios if you don't want it to be loud. Only problem I had was that I had to push down really hard on the heat sync when putting it on the cpu and screwing it onto the backplate but at the end it turned out to be a great cooler.

Motherboard

This motherboard has the best bios ever and so easy locate everything, it even has a feature called game boost which automatically overclocks your cpu by 450mhz which is great. It even supports ryzen 3000 series but you have to do a bios flashback. I would definately suggest this motherboard to anyone who is looking for a good motherboard.

Memory

Amazing ram I have had no problems with it, pretty low profile, you can easily fit a big cpu cooler in your system.

Storage

Use it as a boot drive and system boots up in about 12 seconds.

Storage

Pretty good budget ssd loads up games pretty fast and has lots of storage.

Storage

Use it as a drive for game and application storage and loads up everything pretty fast.

Video Card

Amazing gpu, runs everything smoothly and at high frames, overclocked the memory to 7,500mhz and core clock to 2030mhz and max temp that it gets is 75 degrees, only 1 problem I do have though is that it has coil whining but you can't notice it at all if you have headphones on.

Case

Amazing case, has great airflow and lots of room for cable management.

Monitor

Insane monitor, screen is extremely smooth and haven't experienced any problems at all and colors are really nice.

Keyboard

Amazing Keyboard, keys are clicky and the keyboard it self is a pretty solid keyboard, it has a metal base with rubber feet, overall a really good keyboard definately would recommend if you are looking for a good budget keyboard.

Mouse

Amazing mouse the rgb is really nice and bright and the rechargable battery is amazing, one charge lasts around 8 hours

Headphones

Pretty good headset

Custom

Great fans the rgb on them is great and are pretty quiet at around 1000rpm.

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Comments

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

id have something more expensive if i would have a high budget, and you can do it more efficient, take a look at the parts

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

Well it was my first build but sure

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build! What monitor do you have?

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

I got some cheap non branded one from back in my country its 1080p 60hz and its surprisingly good

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

I see that the graphics card reached about 67 degrees Celsius when under load (based on the information at the side). Did any games played on this computer ever thermal throttle or stutter?

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

Never this GPU's fan are barely ever spinning and I get like 70°c max after overclocking my gpu memory to 15,000mhz and the gpu itself to 2040mhz this is a great gpu and never experienced any stutter but I would not recommend using the gigabyte software since it kept making my computer crash I just use msi afterburner.

  • 5 months ago
  • 2 points

I see, Gigabyte Technology seems to make graphics cards that are quite good.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

They are amazing I would definately suggest a gigabyte gpu