1600$ Enthusiast Gaming PC | Corsair Crystal 570X [R7 2700/RTX 2070] | Timelapse Build

1600$ Enthusiast Gaming PC | Corsair Crystal 570X [R7 2700/RTX 2070] | Timelapse Build

Removing the sidepanels and dust filters Asus ROG STRIX B450F Mainboard.
B450 means its a Chipset for the AMD Ryzen 2xxx Series AMD Ryzen 7 2700 CPU. 8 Cores/ 16 Threads The second best in the AMD Mainstream Consumer line of products Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro RAM
3000 MHz (Frequency) / 15 CL (Latency) The RAM is simply put in the RAM slots,
always leaving one slot in between the modules free Fast RAM is especially beneficial for Ryzen CPUs. Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2 SSD A NVMe SSD is the fastest kind of Storage that you can get and afford M.2 SSDs are simply slotted in, on a port on the motherboard and fixed with a single screw Because every last bit of the inside of the case is visible with the glas panels on cable management is extremely important. screwing in the power supply with all the cables that will be needed connected to it I personally like to twist cables that are longer than I need them to be around other ones It looks good and I can shed of the additional cable length Here I attach a cable extension to the GPU Power Cable,
it simply looks better than the normal cable. I tuck away left over and cables I can’t hide properly at the bottom of the case beneath the HDD mount I take of the stickers of the hard drive because this side will later be plainly visible Now I am routing the SATA cable that’s going to connect the hard drive to the motherboard. Here I’m trying to connect the Cables coming of the fans with the fan hub, in the center of the case. After most of the cable management is done the motherboard with RAM and CPU (+cooler) is simply screwed into place. When managing cables you want to try to get every cable as close to its eventual place as possible. Plugging in the USB 3.0 and the 24-Pin ATX Power connector is always a bit of a hassle. Give the cables some more space so you can bend them properly This Corsair H60 (2018) Liquid Cooler already has pre-applied thermal paste on it. I change to the AMD Socket Mount and simply place it gently on the CPU when mounting a CPU Cooler always alternate between the different screws so you don’t bend anything Finishing up by sorting out the cables coming of the CPU cooler. Making sure everything looks clean and well sorted out. Now I’m putting the shroud for the main cable channel back on. The GPU [Zotac RTX 2070 AMP Edition], is simply slotted into the preferably top most PCIe slot and then connected to the power supply with the PCIe power connector cables.

7 thoughts to “1600$ Enthusiast Gaming PC | Corsair Crystal 570X [R7 2700/RTX 2070] | Timelapse Build”

  1. I have that same case but I replaced those fans with the ll120 rgb ones. SO in total I have 4 ll120 fans and 3 hdi100 radiator fans with 1 being in the back part of my case..,.. I'm curious how you have your cooling set up and how hot does your cpu get?

  2. Nice job, all around. Though you should be scoring higher than 15000's in Firestrike. 😉 You do a nice job with your builds. You really do. Keep up the great work!

  3. HI, I really liked your build ❤️ and actually I'm now considering build a pc but I'm a little bit confused, I'm going with (Corsair 570x, MSI x570 carbon WiFi, Ryzen 5 3600, Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 3600MHz, CORSAIR RM Series RM650, crucial ssd m.2 1tb, crucial ssd m.2 500 gb, Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2060 Super 8gb) What Do You Think? is it overpriced?

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