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Madmullen 17-03-19 08:45 PM

My New Ryzen
 
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Hi guys, I have been thinking of upgrade my PC few a long time, as you life always throws the odd curve ball and things get put on hold.
So after a lot of thought and planning (budget restrictions) I have manged to put together what I think is a reasonable gaming rig for the cost and the available parts at the time of the build.
I an now able to enjoy all my games including Division 2.

SPEC:

Old Used parts from original PC
Corsair 650I PSU
Cooler Master Nepton 280L All in one Cooler ( 2 x Cooler Master Pressure Fans)
Challenger Gaming Keyboard and Mouse
1TB HDD
1 x 450gb SSD
2 x 250gb SSD
1 x 120gb SSD

New Parts
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 3.6GHz Hexa Core (socket AM4)
MSI B450 TOMAHAWK AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200MHz
Sapphire Radeon RX 590 Nitro+ 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics card
Xigmatek CY120-3Pack 120mm RGB Fans with Conroller

I still need to change the top exhaust fan but overall I like the look.

Dicehunter 17-03-19 11:35 PM

That looks great ! The Division 2 will be quite smooth on it considering AMD were heavily involved with optimisations for it :)

Excalabur50 18-03-19 04:41 AM

Looks nice and Sapphire make good AMD GPU's

Madmullen 18-03-19 06:17 AM

Its looks good but there where a few problems the major 1 being the heat, I had to use the stock cooling until I could find an upgrade kit for the Mastercooler Pro 280(none in stock from their store).
PC was shutting down when playing FO4,CPU reliant.
When I first got the case there was no front intake so had to modify that to allow my 140mm fans for my rad.
Managed to find a very nice man from CoolerMaster in the Netherlands, Michiel who just happened to have a kit in his office and shipped this for free.
I also drilled a lot of holes in the PSU shroud as it did not have any,so I could turn the PSU fan up, downloaded Corsair link that allowed me to have the fan running(normally passive).
Added 2 exhaust fans.
Fitted the PRO 280 AIO
FO4 seems to be running ok and no more shut downs.
My case only cost 30 so after a little modding works fine now.
This took around 3 weeks to resolve.

tinytomlogan 18-03-19 04:18 PM

Those fans dont half have a Tron feel to them

AlienALX 18-03-19 04:38 PM

I like cyan. I run my rig that colour a lot.

tiagojcp 31-03-19 02:11 AM

I feel like the Cooler Master logo on the CPU block is upside down just to trigger people like me. So I'll count to 10, and compliment you on your nice rig: Nice rig!

Davva2004 01-04-19 03:29 PM

That's a very clean, very tidy build. Well done.

Madmullen 26-04-19 06:32 PM

Sorry for not replying sooner not been too good.
Great comments thank you.
Reason Pump is upside down is because the new version has the hoses existing from either side of the pump.( old version had hoses existing from the same side allowing you to turn the pump to the correct position when having the rad in the front of the case).
I was thinking of placing some form of cover over the logo but have not come up with anything yet.

WYP 26-04-19 08:53 PM

Nice build. Like Tom said, very Tron-like with those fans.


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