Previously owned a 6700k build and was happy with it, but had the upgrade itch and decided to go Ryzen this time around! I wanted to go all out on it and I'm pleased with the results! :D Everything here is brand new other than the GPU which is a carryover from my last build. Surprisingly almost everything went well other than cable management which was a little bit of a pain.

Part Reviews


A beast of a CPU! A bit overkill for my gaming needs, but i'm thinking the long term.

CPU Cooler

Keeps the 3900x nice and cool. Replaced the stock fans with Corsair RGB fans and they are silent.


Fast ram with nice RGB colors. Wished i didn't have to spend as much for it as i did.


My boot drive. :) Everything boots nice and snappy. Don't notice much of a different with gaming honestly compared to regular SSDs.

Video Card

Still a great card for gaming. Holding on to this one until the next Ti releases.


Cable management was a bit of a pain, but i loved the look of it and how much space it offered.

Power Supply

Bought this over Seasonic because it went well with the white far so good.


One of the fans LED burned out... i bought it as a refurb. As long as the fans are spinning I don't care that much,

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  • 8 months ago
  • 2 points

The white is really nice, as is your cable management! +1

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point


  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Hello :) what is your pch(chipset temp) ? My temp idle 60c

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build! I was looking at pairing Crosshair VIII Hero mobo with the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro ram kit you are using. Unfortunately, the ram is not on the ASUS QVL for that board. Do you have any benchmarks for your system?

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  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

It's a carryover from my old build. The 2080 ti isn't worth the money right now i rather wait until the next series.