Couldnt resist transforming my H500P mesh white case to a storm troopers theme Hope You Like it It was my first time to build lego action figueres I think it took me longer than the time i needed to build my PC =D

The case is dead silent while gaming thanks to the bequit cooling ability /silent fans and the Corsair RMi850w gives me alot of thermal headroom , i have modified the fan curve for the front case fans to run on the lowest rpm and only ramp up at cpu temp of 80C which i never reach unless i am running avx loads during prime stress tests where basicly the cpu is putting out 180w+ of heat

CPU: i7 9700K / Motherboard: Gigabyte z390 Aorus Pro Wifi RAM: 2 x Ballistix 8GB DDR4 @3000MHz GPU: ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2070 SSD: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe / HDD: 3TB WD 30EZRX PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold / CPU Cooler: bequiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 PC Case: CoolerMaster H500P Mesh White /Monitor : Samsung Professional monitor S27B970D DAC: Audioengine D1 /Speakers : Focal XS 2.1 / Headphones: Sennheiser HD 380Pro / B&W PX

Part Reviews


I only use my PC for Gaming , and I found this processor used for a good price , Which made this CPU very satisfying for my needs

CPU Cooler

Installation Wasnt difficult as reviewers say , I was able to install it While my motherboard was in the case with relative ease , just followed the bequiet instructional video at youtube , pretty straight forward , and I am not a proffesional PC builder , i occasionly help my friends with their builds

Other than That all reviews praise this coolers cooling and low noise performance , so I dont need to speak about that


it was the Best Performance/Price nvme for my uses with a respectable endurance rating

Video Card

Bought it at the Same Price as the RTX 2060 Super , The Card runs very cool , not exceeding 62c in gaming , with turbo boost 2.0 ramping to a constant 1950MHz


Good Asthetics , Good Cooling , Good Cable Management but cheap plastic exterior when compared to Some competitors in the same price point

Power Supply

This PSU is a complete overkill for my system power consumption , but other than its a good performing platform i chose it for two main reasons 1) The PSU isnt a Mysterious black box anymore as the RMi offers Power Monitoring Capabilities and fan curve control , Which makes it very usefell in monitoring my power delivery accross different rails with different hardware components , and be able to monitor temps and customize the fan curve to my prefrence

2) Its the Cheapest PSU available with an optional Multirail Setup and OCP protections set at 40A for each individual power connector , which means in case a resistive load forms at one of the PSU cables which may not trigger the SCP , the OCP would trip before reaching a Current value that would generate enough heat to melt the wire's insulation . also the software gives you the option to switch from multirail to single rail setup which is always a good thing to be able to configure it to your prefrences


Had this monitor for more than 8 years I think , Its Hard to find a reasonably priced monitor to this day that can match this monitors colour reproduction and text clarity

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  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Can you help with setting up the front fans on the H500? The RGB lights turn on but fans don’t spin for me

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

you have to connect the fans to one of the "sys_fan" header on your motherboard

  • 6 days ago
  • 1 point

I'm gonna copy your idea, do you mind?