Description

  1. Goal was to make 1000 dollar budget build.
  2. Had to have an i7 processor. Found one without the fan on sale.
  3. No fan, perfect cause I want liquid cooled. Had one with rbg, sold.
  4. Didnt want to pay more than 300 bucks for graphics card. 1660ti killing benchmarks for its price. Best bang for you buck, ultra setting no problem with high fps.
  5. Ramm 16 GB should be the standard and 3200 mhz. Rbg even better.
  6. Now I need a mother board with wifi and bluetooth. Perfect has rgb, love it.
  7. Let's get some storage, I love Samsung products trusted for years. At least 500 gb. SSD mandatory for windows and gaming effortlessly.
  8. How much wattage does my system put out 250 greats let's double it 500 in case we get upgrades. Great reviews on evga reliable. Just what I need. Gold is a must.
  9. Let's find a case to protect these goodies. Has to have 3 fans more cooling for long gaming hours. Nice, has controllable rgb. My system is gonna be LIT.
  10. Alot of research went into this build. My 1st time making a computer from scratch. I studied and watched alot of youtube videos. I went over the thousand about 1100 but you can save money on most of these parts to keep you under. Rgb was a must for me cause I wanted it to look like a high end gaming rig. Color gives the illusion, performance wise this computer will compete and beat any other 1000 dollar pc you can buy in retail. ENJOY!

Part Reviews

CPU

Overclockable i7 for 180, that's a steal.

Motherboard

Wifi, bluetooth, rgb. What's there not to like for 150.

Memory

Rgb 16 GB for 100 bucks come on that's a deal.

Storage

Samsung is a trusted, reliable been around for along time. 500 GB is perfect.

Video Card

Mid range graphics card with high end capabilities. Dual fans and overclockable.

Case

3 rgb fans included. Mid tower, 240 radiator accepted. Combined headphone and microphone jack. 80 bucks doesn't get any better.

Comments

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

that is not an i7...... but still a great build!!

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

i love it, i was thinking of making a build with the spec delta, i was on the fence about it, and you drove the point home

  • 9 months ago
  • 2 points

Thank you. The case is compact. It was tough cause my ramm was to high had trouble putting in the liquid cooler. Also the had drive slots in the back had to remove it so all the wiring could fit back there. It has its pros and cons. The lights are dope case design is nice and has good air flow.

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

yeah there were not any reviews on it until i bought but but so far i love it. only thing is, with mystic lighting i have like 6 color options.

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

hi, I am also looking forward to build a new system. I would really love to add this case. I hope that you upload some more photos of the whole system showing off the case.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

i am currently using the same case. how did you change the colors for the RGB fans? i cant seem to find any way to change them.

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