yep. you said it
but...it's if the build is really good, the people at PCPP will "feature the build" and if you go to the home page of PCPP, under the completed builds section there will be a featured build section that is where the build gets featured (and where your build is currently :) ) and it basically gets put on display for how amazing it is.
Basically, you're already featured
Yep definitely agree. Everything from the build quality to color scheme looks perfect.
What the heck is the eighth picture? But besides that, it is a perfect build.
Nice build! Some questions though, how is working with a non-modular power supply? I'm thinking about possibly using one in the future to lower costs. Another question is, how are the thermals? I know that the Intel cooler is notoriously bad at cooling so I was just wondering.
Great build! Love the green/blue aesthetic!
Oh yeah, I noticed that too.
Great build! Are you planning to get more storage because 250 GB probably won't be enough.
Nice! Love the build! One tip about your building process is to put your motherboard into the case after you install the ram, CPU and CPU cooler because sometimes, CPU coolers will have you install a bracket under the motherboard which means that you have to remove the motherboard again (trust me... it's a pain).
Great build! A few things that I would like to point out would be to turn your CPU cooler so that it is blowing air towards the exhaust fan. That way you'll improve airflow. Also, cable management isn't the best. Try rerouting the cables through some holes. This will improve airflow and decrease the amount of space that dust will be able to latch onto.
Great build! As you said, the cable management is a bit on the iffy side...but besides that everything is great!
Woah dude...your ram's messed up. I don't have your motherboard instructions but make sure their in dual channel (usually one slot separate from each other both in the gray slot). Right now in single channel, they're not being utilized fully and you can easily boost the speed by changing them to dual channel. Besides that though, nice build!
Nice job! Cable management is a bit on the iffy side with some random cables strewn around...but since this is your first build (and my first build was much worse) I can understand it.
Nice job! Can't really comment on much though since there's only one pic...
Looks great especially this being your first build. Wouldn't change a thing.
One quick tip...since you are probably going to be playing a lot of games with that beautiful RTX 2080, the pc would probably need a storage expansion in the future as games take up a lot of space.
I'm not him but I can guess what he was thinking. Although SSD's are much faster than hard drives, they are also more expensive. That makes hard drives much better for bulk storage. So what a lot of people do to get the benefits of both an SSD and a hard drive while meeting their budget, is by using an SSD as a boot drive (storing windows and maybe some other things like games that need quick access and load times) and using a hard drive as a data drive (mainly holding large files that don't need to be accessed as quickly).
What a great looking build! Cable management is flawless especially this being your first build! +1
Love the build man! Really hate it when people think a build is trash when it doesn't have an SSD but like you said... boot times are fine even with a hard drive.