Guess what?!? I finally built my DeepCool build!!! DeepCool...I am so sorry for mutilating the back of the case. I could have gotten a vertical mount from you and it would have worked perfectly! I'll research a bit better next time. I was really impressed with DeepCool's case. Plenty of room to manage wires and with the triple F120 set, this case runs cool! In the pictures you'll see that I did make a filter for the front which I have noticed is… See More
largely forgotten in cases from all manufacturers but some strip magnets, solar screen, and a little crazy glue, and I had it covered! It helps that I have a DeepCool CPU Cooler Captain 120EX RGB which keeps the CPU temps nice and low. I would like to put a CAPTAIN 240PRO V2 for looks as well as overclocking to keep temps down. At this time I am running the CPU at 4.3GHz and the temps haven't been higher than 60c. I also have an XFX RX 5600 XT RAW II! This beast runs everything at ULTRA settings without a hiccup! I upgraded my RAM to G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 3200. The motherboard isn't PCIe 4.0 though so I can't see what the Video Card can really do so that is also coming soon. As it is, I am quite pleased with the look and the performance. Thank you sponsors, for making this possible for all of us! GTribe RULES!!! Be sure to check full specs of machine on my personal profile here at Michael Pacheco. Thanks all of you and most especially, our sponsors who make Gtribe the place to be!!!
After I posted this, I realized that I made a mistake in the video about the MB I'm going to get. It wasn't the Pro Wi-Fi, it was the GIGABYTE X570 Aorus Elite Wi-Fi. I've owned Gigabyte products and used one in a build for my mom and never had any issues. I'm down to see what my XFX card can do with the 4.0 interface! I also wanted to get the DeepCool Gamerstorm Captain 240 Pro V2 because I LOVE RGB!!! I also failed to mention that I have an RGB strip at the bottom but have to wait on a splitter so I can get it connected to my board. Haha! Too many cables! Any comments are welcome and thank you all again!