Very nice! I love the clean look of it.
Looking good! What are the CPU temps like with this orientation on the CPU fan?
The Ryzen 2600 is a very impressive little powerhouse for rating of 65w TDP. While gaming at 3.9Ghz, I'm seeing 48*C.
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Overkill 1080p gaming rig
CPU Ryzen 5 2600 Cooler BeQuiet! Pure Rock Slim Motherboard Asus TUF B450M Memory Corsair LPX 16Gb 3000MHz Graphics EVGA 1070 Ti SC Disc Drive 1 Samsung 960 Evo 250Gb Disc Drive 2 Kingston HyperX Fury 480Gb Audio Creative SBZ + M-Audio AV30 PSU EVGA 750GQ Case Corsair 280X Monitor Acer K222HQL
OMG so so nice very Clean and Very powerfull you didn't mention the Power consomation !
Nice looking build!
Those cable extensions definitely do the trick!
Did you consider an RX Vega 64 or 56 instead of a GTX1070Ti?
I was deciding between a few RX 580's and GTX 1060's initially, and did not consider a 1070/1080 or Vega 56/64 graphics card.
The only reason I bought this 1070 Ti is because Scan.co.uk offered it at unmissable price. It was sold at MSRP of a 1070 FE (not Ti), and was bundled with a PSU worth nearly £100 for free.
It's fine - it's not a crime to have an Nvidia GPU .
Sounds like you got a good deal from Scan.
I was after a PowerColor RX Vega 56 red dragon for 350 + AMD Raise the game deal, but, I thought the promotion was going to run until the end of December 2018, and missed out. Here comes Black Friday I guess ...
Your GTX1070Ti should be faster than the PowerColor RX Vega 56 Red Dragon, unless the Vega 56 could be flashed with an RX Vega 64 Liquid BIOS.
I *think* I would need Vega 56 with Samsung HBM2 to do that and those RX Vega 56 come with either Hynix or Samsung HBM2 and it's pot luck which you get. I need to check out Gamers Nexus for an answer on that one ... they did this experiment:
Unlimited Power: Beating the RTX 2070 with Vega 56 Mods | GamersNexus - Gaming PC Builds & Hardware Benchmarks