He is right on one thing though. At the end, he made a notable remark on the Cryorig brand being oriented towards the enthusiasts. Damn right!
Owning their products does make me feel good inside if you know what i mean
Anyways, behold! A Cryorig C7 appears
Very quiet. My girlfriend put the computer near the kitchen/dining area, so the refrigerator makes more noise than the computer.
specs: intel i5-6500 o.c. 10,000ghz, ASUS H170M-PLUS/CSM mobo #mofo, Team Elite Plus 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory, OCZ TRION 150 480GB SSD, WD Black 1TB, HIS Radeon R9 270 2GB, DIYPC Cuboid-B MicroATX, Cooling Silencer MK III 600W PSU, Intel 7260HMWDTX1 (don't buy it - goes to sleep mode a lot and have to restart it often to turn wifi back on), Asus BC-12B1ST Blu-Ray (b/c blue fits the theme), and Cryorig C7 cooler.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Edited by bboiprfsr - 8/16/16 at 8:04pm
Note: My girlfriend built her PC for her birthday. I just bought her the parts and mixed it in with leftover used parts of my own. Sorry @Doyll senpai about the airblower. LOL had to think of a creative way to reuse the stock intel fan
Didn't stress out about cable management b/c i was teaching her what each component did, like sata means Serial Advanced Technology Attachment or cpu means Central Processing Unit or SSD means solid state drive or www means world wide web.
I know bad cable management means the accumulation of dust, and dust is bad for airflow. Will have to do it work on it some other time.