Description

Hey all, Decided to build a high end gaming PC to game at 2k and above and wanted to share my creation. I wanted to go for a sleek stealth look and added the red theme (Deadpool). As we all know, sometime we get carried away with parts and spending money. Waited for the i7 9700k to get back in stock on amazon since it was $40 cheaper then on newegg but I couldn't wait and bit the bullet, so I went with the i9 9900k (smh, lol) and i'm pleased that I did. Wanted to Vertical mount the GPU but not use the Phanteks riser card since it would be too close to the Tempered glass so I went with the Cablemods Vertical GPU riser. Haven't overclocked the cpu yet but might try sometime in the future. There is a rush we all get from building a pc from the ground up, wish it was my job lol.

Part Reviews

CPU

Fastest thing Iv'e ever had and might be the best intel Core out on the market (for now)

CPU Cooler

Keeps the CPU cooler then I expected, easy to install and works with or without the software. Tho I wish it would have come with all black fans instead of the black frame and grey fans.

Motherboard

Love the look of this motherboard, has the overclock headroom i'll need when I start my overclock project.

Storage

With almost 3 times the speeds as a normal SSD this thing gets the job done with loading times.

Video Card

This thing so far has eaten up any game I throw at it at 2K, since im only using a 2k monitor I have no reason to go any higher then that. Getting anywhere from 86-130 fps on games like rise of the tomb raider, Anthem and BFV on ultra preset.

Case

I love this case, as soon as I saw it earlier this year, the hybrid Eclipse/Evo was the perfect fit for me. Plenty of room for any system build. The sliding panels for cables aren't as bad as I thought they might be but I like that its different.

Case Fan

These fans might be the quietest iv'e ever heard and the all black look is a plus.

Comments

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice Looking Rig!! I was wondering if you were able to control the Corsair waterblock and the fans using the MSI Mystic Light app or are you using multiple software to control them like iCue and Mystic Light Sync??

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for the compliment, Im using the MSI software just for the motherboard and LED strips I have connected to the board, and im using the iCue software for the RAM and the waterblock.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Wow! We have similar ideas for a build,except most of my parts will ThermalTake. I'm still deciding on white or black p600s and waiting for Ryzen 3xxxx series, but the end results should look the same as yours. Thanks for the visual aid!

Edit: Also, is there enough room between the motherboard and GPU? It looks really close

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Good to hear that I could help visually, and yeah I have about a 1.5 to 2 inch gap between the motherboard and card, temps are normal as can be, its better then having it right up against the tempered glass.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Ayyyyee youre the first on pcpartpicker to use that specific case lol. you beat me to it! awesome PC !

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm sure your build will be just as unique, good luck on the build

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Great build! Yours helped me decide as I was on the fence about this case, so I just picked one up for myself. That casemod bracket seems like it placed the GPU in the perfect spot as it's far enough away from the glass panel. Any clearance issues behind it? Thanks for sharing!

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

No clearance issues at all and thanks for the praise, good luck on your build

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Great thanks!

  • 23 days ago
  • 1 point

Build is looking sick dude. Do you think there is enough room to fix an E-ATX board in (MSI Meg Creation 12x10.7) or will it be to tight?

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