The motherboard and the aio make your build look fantastic!
Great choice of components and it looks fantastic!
great cable management!
It looks like a work of art. I love your build!
fantastic build and your cable management is perfect
that GPU looks fantastic!
Unfortunately no cable came with my GPU. They are part of an extension kit by CableMod, they come already with the combs and the price isn't to high
This is amazing! I love the colors
If you plan to play at 1080p and having a solid 60-70 fps you will be happy with this kind of setup. I would consider a gtx 1660ti if you find a good deal and you will increase the number of fps
You are right, you shouldn't have any issue to cool down a ryzen 7. Sometimes I worry too much about the temps.
It's a pretty good cooler for the price and it looks good. If you need it to cool down a cpu which isn't more powerful than an i5 or ryzen 5, I would go for it
I didn't try the Deepcool fan in my setup, I can't give you an answer.
I think you can have 1-2 degree less but I tried it on a different built and it is louder than the noctua fan
You're right. I wanted to keep the same style of the case fans. Moreover this Noctua fan is quieter than the one that came with the cooler and keeps the temps a little bit lower
Exactly! You can find them on Amazon. There are different kits available, I bought this set of four figures
your pc looks amazing!
You're welcome and thank you for your advice
My girlfriend has just seen your build and now she wants to do same to my pc! :-D
You have such a great setup, well done!
The Vega 7 gives a great industrial look to your setup!
If you can upload more pictures would be great, thanks
The Deepcool Castle in one of the best looking AIO cooler and it looks stunning in your setup
Lovely build, I'm also a fan of black and white theme... have a look to my pc ;-)
If you get a white backplate for the GPU, your build will look even better
You need to set up the XMP profile by yourself in the bios.
Just go into the RAM section and try to change the profile from AUTO to XMP, the system should change the RAM speed from 2133 to 3200 Mhz automatically. Don't worry it's very easy.
Did you select the XMP profile in the bios for your ram? I can see they are running at 2133 Mhz
Maybe if a good deal for the RTX 2060 comes out during the next Black Friday, I will consider the purchase. However I am not in a hurry to buy a new GPU now... Let's say that I can wait for the moment :-)
WOW I like it a lot!
Thank you so much for spending your time to help me, I can wait to order these cables and clean up my build!
Once I have done I will post the new pictures :-)
Unfortunately when I bought the parts, this feature wasn't available yet.
Probably the choice would have been harder :-D Maybe I could buy a white model of GTX 1060 from Galax that looks stunning. Now I don't remember exactly the model name
The choice between the RX 580 and the GTX 1060 or a 1070 was pretty easy for me because I wanted an ultrawide monitor and I found the LG 29WK500 with a refresh rate of 75Hz and FreeSync during Black Friday for a very good price
Thank you very much for your feedback!
I didn't think to choose grey and white sleeved cables with a touch of orange in the first place, but now I am quite confident that my build will look great with this colour pattern.
When I have time I will start looking for them. Do you have any suggestion for a brand?
However I checked your build, I like it and the view is amazing. I can't wait to see how your next build will look like.
Once again, thank you for your help!
I like your motherboard. It is one of the best looking one
:-D nobody knows more than him
I got it. Thank you very much for your advice
Doesn't the radiator satisfy you completely in terms of cooling performance or because you think it isn't very future proof?
I decided to buy the Ryzen 5 2600 and keep it at the stock frequencies, should I chose the AIO with the 240mm radiator? It isn't too more expensive than the one you have
I really like it! I also planned to choose an AMD cpu using the same AIO cooler for my next pc