After working hard, earning some money and slowly upgrading my rig, I finally present you my gaming and working PC
I was already very happy with my previous build, but you all know it, at some point you want more. At first I just bought a KFA2 RTX 2070 (not listed on this platform, thus stating the FE in the parts list), followed by a new case for better air flow and more place, and a new full sized PSU. After that, I replaced my quite low key monitors with two Full HD 144 Hz ones which have FreeSync and are compatible to GSync. Yesterday finally, I installed the new Ryzen 5 3600 and also got it a new motherboard to replace the old ITX one which looked ridiculous in the Meshify C.
The Ryzen 5 3600 is running quite hot currently, despite being cooled by a beefy Dark Rock 3. During Prime95's small FFT torture test, the CPU is getting up to 90 °C hot and is thermal throttling down to 4,0 GHz. During gaming, it is only getting up to 60 °C most of the time with some spikes up to 70 °C. This may have to do with a new and poorly optimized BIOS or with the DIEs of the CPU not being in the center of the heatspreader and the cooler not being able to handle this thermal situation. I am quite shocked to getting those temps, although I have a cooler specified with being able to cool 190 W TDP installed on a 65 W TDP CPU. Well, waiting for coming BIOS and chipset driver updates who hopefully will fix t his horrible situation.
The RTX 2070 has been overclocked with MSI Afterburner's OC Scanner, pushing 2010 MHz @1,05 V, reaching up to 72 °C while fully loaded with games. Memory got a decent +500 Mhz, did not test the maximum stable frequency yet.
RAM still at 3200 MHz @1,35 V and running in coupled mode, meaning that the FCLK (clock of the CPU's infinity fabric) also running at that frequency.
Note: Some pictures are still with the old ITX motherboard.