what are up guys welcome back to another blog and today I’m taking over the biggest gaming PC build I have ever built this thing is seriously massive and it’s geared particularly towards gaming at 14:40 being a bit of 4k as well as video editing and streaming featuring AMD‘s brand-new Rison plus Ryzen gen 2 2707 series process out let’s look first at some gaming benchmarks and some cinnamon and temperature numbers and then I’ll jump into the parts I chose and why whether it’s the latest triple-a titles or slightly older games you can they see some fantastic frame rates what’s keeping some really nice settings.

The Nvidia graphics card is also decent compatible to pick up a decent monitor and you’re going to eliminate screen Tarrant with much lower performance overheads than the dated sync technology in terms of synthetic benchmarks as well for the multi-threaded side of things you’re not gonna be disappointed once again and the system stays nice and cool 100% load sustained over long periods of time which is fantastic to see now though let’s kick it off with the CPU the AMD Rison 720 700 is a really fantastic choice with a base clock speed of 3.2 and a boost of up to 4 point 1 gigahertz on certain cause it works well for multi-threaded applications.

Also, games which like applications which like faster single-threaded performance a cause and 16 threads works fantastically well the video editing and video rendering scenarios and also newer games that are optimized towards really utilizing a great number of threats overall building on the success of what AMD has already done at a good price point and I’m very pleased to upgrade to the CPU for the CPU cooler in this builder selected the thermal tape flow ring RGB 280 TT premium edition liquid cooler.

Now that name is just absolutely ridiculous Thermaltake just short little bit will you this thing looks really fantastic and also isn’t too expensive you can get a 360 more version which will work fine in here where I’ve placed it too although I wanted to stick as much as possible with a hundred and forty more fans all around to keep the speed low and also to make sure this thing was as quiet as possible the RGB implementation is fantastic and the cooling performance is really really solid on the CPU cooler for the motherboard.

This builder arguably went a little bit overkill, in reality, anything x4 70 is going to work well with this Rison 7 CPU sitting on the top and AMD chipset and giving you other features and expansion you could one the aces across her seven heroes though sits at the top end of the spectrum and takes things a step further from a fantastic Rio with built-in i/o shield USB C as well with 10 gigabits of throughput there plenty of expansion for SATA and m dot 2 drives multi GPU support and support for up to 64 gigabytes of RAM you should get incredible overclocking leverage.

Yeah, one other key feature to note is the inclusion of aces or a sync software with for RGB headers on this board two addressable and two of the standard analog variety you can plug in all the RGB components in this build and synchronize them walk through aces fantastic Windows software suite the choice of an Asus graphics card and a toast or sync compatible memory which I’ll come on to in a moment allows you to get some superb system spanning wide effects the look incredible really just just just take a look at it it’s absolutely unbelievable talking of the RGB ramming.

This builder selected the ADATA spectrum, now this is a brand new entry to the market from a data and this is really special first of all a huge shoutout goes to a data for hooking me up with memory and making me the first person in the UK to actually get hands-on with this kit it is gorgeous now this run is liquid-cooled now is it actively liquid core in the sense of a wider water cooling loop instead it uses a tube of liquid on the top of the memory instead of a traditional to heatsink this helps the better dissipate heat.

This is especially good for memory at higher clock speeds and that’s where the high REM motherboard and rising Gen 2 CPU comes em rising really likes fast memory and the original ex 370 board sometimes had issues dealing with that this new Asus board has no problems at all and fast memory, in this case, will really help excel performance for the storage in this build your choice is going to be a bit more personal and specific to you but I’ll run you through my personal recommendations first and foremost an SSD for your windows boot drive and your OS you most frequently used applications games and files.

I selected the Kingston HyperX savage 480 gigabytes I’ve used these drives for quite a while in a load of different builds and never had any issues with Dom they’re also pretty fast near in the bottleneck if you will that SATA imposes upon them but are slightly better value than a lot of end up – drives out there I then selected 2,000 gigabytes of a 2 terabyte SE to get barracuda hard drive for all the mass storage.

In today’s build, hard drives aren’t as fast as SSDs however they’re a lot cheaper and give you a massive amount more capacity for the price point making them a good value option for the graphics card in this build this may be a bit of a controversial choice I went for the Nvidia GeForce gtx 1070 specifically the ace of Strix cooler now the reason I went for an Asus Strix cooler is that it works seamlessly with all the other RGB components.

In today’s build force system spanning system-wide gorgeous RGB effects, it also doesn’t come up too bad of a price point although GPU price and volatility is still quite high with cryptocurrency mining creating somewhat of a bubble for GPU demand if you will for the penultimate part in today’s build the case are selected the Thermaltake review 71 and that’s partly what makes this build so huge it’s a stunning case with tempered glass panels on every single side by the bottom and the back for obvious reasons.

I just haven’t got enough good things to about it’s gonna break your back if you try and carry it up some stairs because it’s ridiculously heavy and also isn’t affordable for the massive market but it has a lot of wow factor if you spend in $2,000 on a gaming PC then this may well be the case to go if you really want to turn some eyes specifically I went for the RGB version which includes a load of their 140 mm RGB funds for a bit of extra pizzazz.

In this build, if you will I did also pick up one accessory alongside this case from Thermaltake which is less sync control out this allows you to plug in all of the funds into one single unit which will then connect to a compatible Asus MSI or gigabyte motherboard that will then allow you to sync all of the RGB fans in the RGB water block on the CPU chord chosen to the graphics card memory motherboard all through the Asus MSI or gigabyte software Suites they do include their own controller which works with their own proprietary software of course with the case but to be honest with you their software it’s not very good so I definitely recommend this affordable add-on just to really make you build look a lot better and it’s not that expensive.