Joined on 01/17/20
RTX 3060 Ti upgrade
Overall Review: Wow! I upgraded from a 1660 super, and the performance difference is beyond my expectations, with bench mark scores nearly double that of the 1660 super. It is not just the benchmark scores that is noticeable, so is the performance difference when playing AAA games, ie. Cyberpunk 2077, that strain the the GPU for max performance, especially when using high or ultra high settings.
A great case to build in.
Pros: The RGB works great and the PWM fans are a plus. The case is very easy to build in. Great airflow. There is plenty of room behind the right side panel for cable management. There are two slide in trays for SSDs and two HDD trays included.
Cons: It doesn't come with a rear fan.
Overall Review: I ordered a white case to be different, It looks surprisingly good. The redesigned front panel looks good and allows plenty of air to get to the front fans. There is room on top for an optional 240 radiator or two 120 or 140 mm fans. The back fan is optional and has room for a single 120 mm fan. I would advise adding at least one fan in the rear to balance the airflow. There is plenty of head room, and room under the PSU shroud for cable management Risen 5 2600 Cooler Master Hyper 212 16 G Corsair Vengeance DDR 4 3200 RAM 1TB ADATA SU 760 SSD RTX 590 Fat Boy GCU Corsair CXM 650 PSU MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX MB It is mainly being used as an office computer and for streaming It is overkill, but I like it. I have another PC that I use exclusively for gaming.