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Hello, I just completed my "first" build, I used to have another PC, but a friend was the one that pretty much build it, and choose the parts. I did not really game much on it. The only games I played on it were: Minecraft and Skyrim. I wanted to play the new games at a decent frame rate at 1080p(my monitor is 1080p). Also having some future proof for maybe going to 1440p. But  that old PC just didn't keep up. So I decided to build a PC by myself. So I can truly call myself a PC gamer. So I researched videos of Computer parts for months, save money to buy the parts. So this is what I came up with.

After recieving all my parts thru mail I decided to grab a Screw driver  and put all the parts together and  Whala! my new PC was ready to game on(Actually to Install Windows on it). I choose the i5-7600k because I want to overclock it and get a bit more power. My question is, will my CPU cooler be a problem? or the PSU? The only part that I did not like as much( I will definitely change in the future would) is the Hard Drive. I grabbed the cheapest 2TB HDD, and it is super noisy, it sounds like a really old machine from 1998 or something like that. Well I guess you get what you pay for. So, what do you think about my build? Do you like it? Would you change anything about it?

PD: Sorry for my horrible grammar, English is not y first language, so I am sorry if your Eyes are hurting in pain due my bad writing skills.

Part Reviews

Motherboard

So far so good!!

Storage

Boots super fast Windows Recomended

Storage

It is super, super super Noisy!! Sounds Like an Old 90s PC, but it gets the job done, cheapest 2TB HDD out there, but if you are building a Silent Machine DO NOT BUY THIS.

Video Card

Games Runs Smoothly, With I5, all being at ULTRA settings!!

Case

It looks fantastic and sleek, it has room for cable management, super easy to cable manged in the back. makes your build look Clean and beautiful. Especially with that Glass panel/window! REcomended

Power Supply

Works Fantastic!, it keeps my PC powered, also give me some space for overclocking. being fully Modular, makes easy for cable management and the rig looks super clean.

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Comments

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

Needs orange

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

Your cables are meant to go behind the bracket, not around it

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

I would straighten that cpu cooler, go OCD mode on those cables and also move that top exhaust fan to the front for intake.

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