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First Build (Red Rebelle)

by EtSweg

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Date Published

Sept. 14, 2018

CPU Clock Rate

3.6GHz

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.51GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

8.1GHz

Description

Hello fellow gamers! This is my first gaming pc build, it feels great to play CS:GO and TF2 at max settings without lag. In regards to why I used older-gen Ryzen; I built this before Ryzen+ was released. Anyways, here are my opinions on the parts:

Ryzen 1600X: Great processor, No problems with it and I feel no need to overclock. Lets me play older games with max settings and runs cool.

Masterliquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler: No problems, installing was a bit messy since this was my first build. Keeps my R5-1600X cool and is pretty quiet.

MSI-B350 Tomahawk: Great motherboard, red back-lighting is a bonus and was easily installed.

Corsair Vengeance LED Ram: Looks cool and lets me open multiple chrome tabs and a game at the same time.

Storage: More than enough, boots windows in a few seconds.

Thermaltake Smart 650-W: Does the job but I really wish I went for a fully-modular PSU since cable management was a nightmare with all the extra cables.

MSI Gaming X 1060: Great card, handles all the games I want to play well and is more than enough for my 75hz monitor.

NZXT S340: Great beginner case, made cable management easier with a non-modular PSU.

Fans: Corsair SP120s keep my parts cool and look pretty, no complaints.

Peripherals: Having a mechanical keyboard feels great, I can type a lot faster and have no input lag. 7.1 stereo is a great change when compared to my old 2.1 headphones. Mouse serves its purpose as a great budget mouse.

Thanks for checking out my first build and have a superb day!

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SnotGargle 1 Build 2 points 8 days ago

Nice work Red. AMD (team red)!!!

EtSweg submitter 1 Build 1 point 8 days ago

Thanks :)

racebpy5512YT 2 points 7 days ago

I'm going to be building a PC for a friend soon using th9is case, how was it to build in? Also nice build, i like the red.

EtSweg submitter 1 Build 1 point 7 days ago

The case is pretty wide and there is plenty of room for cable management. There is a lot of thumbscrews in the case but most of them require a screwdriver. Overall, I like this case's design and think it will be a great case for a low-mid price pc. Thanks for the comment :).