Initial Look:

Updated Look:

Final look:

OC: 2700 4.0 all cores at 1.3V.

ps: prices fluctuate a lot, and I built my pc in early July of 2019. Here are the prices I purchased them at: cpu: $200 cpu cooler: $90 thermal paste: $15 mobo: $140 gpu: $300 ram: $125 storage: $120 case: $90 psu: $85 fans: each set was $30 monitor: $300

Part Reviews


For only 200 bucks, this is a very good and cheap cpu right now.

CPU Cooler

Keeps my overclocked 2700 very cool. This is a great cooler if you don't want to go with AIO.

Thermal Compound

On par w/ Kryonaut but way cheaper


imo the best b450 board. This board can easily support 3900x overclocking.


Cheap, works, has Samsung b-die, 3200Mhz and cl14


One of best value to performance nvme ssd right now. 1TB for just $100, heck yes

Video Card

Sapphire delivers again


Tried and tested meshify c, I enjoyed building in this case

Power Supply

This is a great power supply, only shame is how the stock cables look. But you can pickup a set of custom psu cable extensions w/ cable combs and make your cables look clean af

Case Fan

Good cheap rgb fans.


1440p, 144hz, VA, 27' curved, 3 years warranty.

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  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

Always something nice to be said about white PC builds. Great job

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks a lot man. It took me a lot of effort to make my pc to look nice. If you check the initial look link you can see how bad it looked when I first put it together.

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

Did you have to adjust the front fan on the NH-D15 to make room for the G.Skill RAM?

  • 9 months ago
  • 2 points

Yes. I had to mount it slightly higher than the other fan in order to not hit my ram. Thankfully, I was still able to close off my window panel, however just barely (like literally 1mm clearance).

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice! What's your OC on the gpu?