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Ive always had to use laptops when it came to pc gaming, so after my old laptop finally gave out i decided to save up money from my first part time job to build one. I did everything by myself and it was a great learning experience. Will probably clean up my cables on my spare time.

i5-8600k: i currently have this overclocked at 4.5 GHz and its currently around 28C when idle and around 40-50c while playing

Deepcool GAMMAX: I payed extra for the rgb and it looks GORGEOUS, love the way it pops out.

Gygabyte Z390 UD: Its a motherboard, nothing really special about this one besides the fact the bios arent great.

Gskill Trident z RGB: Love these so much, had way to much fun toying around with the animations, conflicts with my cases LEDs which is annoying but what can you do.

Kingson A400: Never had an ssd before but dang this thing loads up windows fast

Western Digital HD: went for 1 tb for now but down the road ill probably upgrade to a 2tb

Zotac RTX 2060: Besides the mishap with the monitor i got and the lack of an led this thing runs well, was easy to install.

NZXT H500i: Besides hue+ being wonky the case is great, would recommend the regular H500 though if you're not crazy about the LEDs.

CXM 650: came with a lot of cables for the future and was pretty easy to set up though my management is trash

fans: thought the lights would be a bit brighter and a lil quieter but ill probably get new ones down the road

Monitor: Found out i couldnt get 144hz with my graphics card so i have another one on the way which is my fault. No built in sound but the screen is nice.

K552: Kinda on the smaller side and kinda loud but it feels great and the rgb effects that mine came with are cool.

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  • 12 months ago
  • 1 point

Your rtx 2060 is well capable of reaching 144fps in all games at 1080p. Just adjust the settings a little bit. Your 144hz monitor is worth it don't get a 60hz one

  • 12 months ago
  • 1 point

the ports my old monitor had couldnt get 144hz on my rtx due to port issues (no displayport on monitor, no Dvi on rtx) i bought an asus 144hz monitor and sent the other back

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  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes

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  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

yes the fan comes in the box with the cooler

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  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

the cooler in general is rgb, but i think only if your mobo supports rgb. I have the same one.