This build went well using an MSI X470 Gaming Plus paired with a Ryzen 2600, and an RX590. Several of the parts came from an HP prebuilt donor pc.

After several months and modifications I can almost say it's finished with an Ryzen 2700X and an RX 5700XT. During the upgrade I moved the AIO cooler to the front of the case from the top.

In Feb 2020 I swapped the CPU to a Ryzen 3600 and the motherboard to an ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming . i swapped the Motherboard to use a matching set of ARGB fans, instead of the mismatched Corsair and Thermal Take set up I had, the MSI board dose not have ARGB headers, only 4 pin RGB. Also to gain 4.0X16 PCIe for the 3600 and RX5700XT.

At this time I also replaced the Wireless PCI card with an Intel AX200 M.2 card mounted on the motherboard and internal antennas.

All the swapped out parts were used to build other projects. The 2700X and RX590 to my Dads Office. And the 2600 to a machine I recently sold on Craigslist.

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Great case for the price,

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  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build and pretty clean too. +1

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

Picture shows the original RX580, that has been passed to my Linux machine and I now have a XFX RX590 Fatboy in this PC