I bought a 34in UW 144hz monitor not long ago, and it's just too much for the 1660Ti in my laptop, so I decided to build my own gaming rig.
I didn't go crazy with the case, I bought one that seemed easy to work with, if I don't like it, I can always move everything into another one. No shortage of options here in China.
So in my Lian Li Lancool 2 I'm going to assemble:
X570 Aorus Master
Ryzen 7 3800x
MSi RTX 2070 Super OC
2x16 GB DDR4 3600 RAM (Corsair Vengeance) (I know it's overkill, but it was less than 100$ to jump from 2x8 to 2x16)
Lexar 1TB m.2
The power supply has arrived, and all the other parts are on their way. So by Sunday I should have everything to start building. I've watched Linus and a few other Youtubers build, so I think I can manage it. I am concerned about cooling, I want to avoid water cooling, and after watching a review I'm not sure about the Lancool 2 as easy to keep cool. My case came with no fans, but I ordered some Arctic fans, Nocturna fans and a "Gentle Typhoon" that someone recommended to kind of test the air flow and get an idea of what is best for noise and cooling. The case can fit 3 140 or 120mm fans in front, 1 120mm in the rear and I think 2 or 3 120mm fans on top, and even has room to mount fans on the bottom of the case. So I am interested to see what I can achieve with the 5 fans I bought, and whether it's better to shoot for positive or negative pressure.