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Freshly Built Mini-ITX Gaming Build

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello all,


I recently finished up my new gaming build, there was some interest in it over on the folding thread so I figured I would make a small post here. 


Parts list is as follows:


AMD Ryzen 9 3900X

Asus X570-I Gaming mini-ITX Motherboard

16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4-3600 (Lower Profile Heatsink)

eVGA 2080Ti Black Edition

Samsung 970 Evo Pro 1TB NVMe

Corsair SF750 Power Supply

Noctua NH-D15 Chromax.Black Edition w/ Covers

Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut TIM

3 x NF-F12 Noctua Chomax.Black Fans

Corsair Commander Pro (Fan Control)

CableMod Black and White PSU Extension Kit

Lian Li TU150 Black w/ Glass Side

Win 10 Pro


Now, you can see if stuffed a 3900X and 2080Ti in a very small case, so naturally heat is an issue. Right now CPU idles around 40C and during gaming hits 60-65C, under CPU stress tests I saw it hit 80C max. I do have the CPU vCore set much lower than stock out of the box settings via BIOS but precision boost is enabled and regularly hits 4.3Ghz. The 2080Ti has a very minor overclock (+800 memory / +100 CPU) and stays right around 70-75C during benchmarking.


Runs every game maxed out so far, might need to finally invest in a 4k gaming monitor to use the 2080Ti to its full potential.






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She's real nice!


Ryzen 7 1700 @3.8GHz | Asus X370-F | 32gb Corsair Lpx | Nvidia Rtx 2070 super | WD black 256gb nvme | Crucial mx300 1Tb sata | Fractal Design Meshify C | Corsair RM750i | Noctua Nh-u12a | Samsung 4k U28E590DS 

Certified Noctua fan boy

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