Description

I've had this computer completed for a while now, and I've upgraded a lot of parts since I last showed it. I use this computer mainly for gaming. This computer really puts up a bang for my buck, and I'm really happy with it.

here's the new info.

The temps on the RTX 2080ti idle around 27-32°C and got to 51°C max under load. The 9900K sits at 30°C idle and gets to 89°C Package under load while simultaneously running Aida64 and Prime95 (5.0GHz).

Cinibench Scores: GPU: 202.57 | CPU: 2224 | CPU Single Core: 221 |

Time Spy v1.1 Score: 15,867 | Time Spy Extreme v1.1 Score: 7,379 | Fire Strike v1.1 Score: 30,677 | Fire Strike Ultra v1.1 Score: 9,671

Userbenchmark Test: Gaming: 166% | Desktop: 175% | Workstation: 172%

Screenshots Provided

**Benchmarks were ran with the CPU at 5.2GHz 1.475v

Part Reviews

CPU

This chip can really spit out juice when it's overclocked, I've had great performance with it and am really happy with the purchase.

Motherboard

This motherboard looks and performs good and with the updated BIOS it's a breeze to mess with settings.

Memory

Some RGB trouble, but other than that great RAM and a bit overkill for what I have and do. This also gives me the choice to go to AMD if I'd like, so definitely worth it.

Storage

Super fast and is an amazing boot drive.

Storage

Definitely an upgrade from when I kept my game libraries on my hard disks, not as fast as my M.2 but load times in games are noticeably shorter.

Storage

I run this and the slightly newer version in raid 0 and these things perform great. fast speeds, lots of storage.

Video Card

This thing is an absolute beast, and now that it's water cooled it never gets hot, which has allowed me to overclock it way more than when it had the stock cooling.

Case

This case looks beautiful and it's almost a breeze to work in, I just wish the cable management side was slightly deeper. I did have a couple problems though, with the top rad installed i couldn't put the top panel back on and had to cut some of the plastic pieces that line up the panel with the case so it'd fit, and you can't install a rad on the front panel with the fittings on the bottom without removing the bottom bracket and even so the screw slots to install the rad don't line up when in this position. I get for air bubble purposes you don't want the fittings at the bottom, but for draining it this position makes so much more sense. Kind of sad that I had to modify the case, but I don't plan on getting rid of it any time soon.

Power Supply

Amazing psu, i've had no problems with it so far.

Case Fan

Really quiet, and works great.

Case Fan

These fans move a good amount of air, but when they ramp up they can get really loud. I don't mind it too much, but if I'm not wearing headphones it can be annoying.

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Comments

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Where did you buy your 2080ti from? Nice build btw.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

I can’t tell about the fans on your rad but the others that are typically set as exhaust are set to intake - you might be generating some turbulence inside of your case. Have you experimented with changing the orientation of your top and rear fans?

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah, I believe I now have the front to intake and the back + top to exhaust so it goes across the gpu. I don't know if it really makes much of a difference which way, but there shouldn't be any turbulence now.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice! Congrats on the cool build man.