This is the completion of my build that took almost a year to finish, but there will always be room for tweaking and improvement. I bought 80% percent of the parts here in Perú, and as a third world country the parts were incredibly expensive, but the prices on the list are what the parts are actually going for in the US. The only parts bought in the US are the Ryzen 7 3700X (that replaced my 2200G), the Noctua NH-U12S plus another NF-F12, and the LG 27GL83A-B that replaced my crappy 1366x768 60hz TV.
I'm going to use my PC for photo editing and gaming, so I chose the parts that would serve both purposes equally good and I expect to have this build for years to last.
Hope y'all like the build but any comments are appreciated!
Eight cores sixteen threads, overclockable, under 500 dollars, pretty decent ipc. Handles 1440p gaming and photo editing like butter in a hot toast.
Looks sick? check. Performs well? check. Dead silent? check. Reliable? check. Thanks for chromax Noctua, sincerely, everyone.
Feature packed, cheap, performs great, easy BIOS and good looks.
Simple, kinda fast, had some problems with XMP sometimes, but other than that it´s pretty damn great.
No cables, less problems. Performs great but nothing exceptional, you could get an NVME drive with the same capacity at around the same price.
Thicc, cool and has a great performance. Handles 1440p @144hz gaming pretty damn good, one of my favorite parts from my build.
Matte black, tempered glass panel and not terribly big. Looks as gorgeous as the that I bought it, comes with three 120mm fans, not the best but very appreciated.
Lots of powah and black cables but now I regret not getting a fully modular PSU (just for the looks), if that isn't a problem to you then get this and play it safe.
Added it to my NH-U12S, perfect as expected.
Where do I begin? Fast response times, IPS, great colors, flat screen, nice aesthetics, little to none ips glow or backlight bleed, all under $400. If you don't need the wide color gamut of the 27GL850-B and want to save a few hundred bucks get this. Bye bye trashy 1366x768 60hz TV, hello beautiful 2560x1440 144hz monitor.
TKL, black and has RGB. It is really loud, it needs better stabilizers, and I get sometimes a springy noise, also the font is too "gamery" for my taste, but it can't be beaten for the price.
Perfect size and form, smooth texture, nice buttons, great sensor and of course it has RGB, really nice for FPS games, and the weight isn't a problem. Kind of a fingerprint magnet but it is easy to clean. I'm surprised how good it is for the price, and there's even and "FPS" version with a better sensor and optical switches for a few bucks more. One of my favorite parts.