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    Posted: 22 Feb 2014 at 4:06pm
Okay what people on here say are very true, the reason you don't hear all the good reviews is because they are too busy using and enjoying the new hardware, im sort of one of those people lol here is a quick shot i took, been very busy only had the system for a little over 24 hours, only been able to instal 3 games, those tests took forever, anyways long way to go :) will update with more and better photos soon, sorry its kinda blurry just did it to update those who are curious, then jumping back in to my stuff.

CMstorm devastator combo was kinda weak, went out and picked up black widow ultimate and razer naga



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Congrats man...Nice looking set up!
System 1: Ryzen 5 2600 Asus Prime 350B 16 Gigs Corsair DDR4 3200 Radeon His Ice2 R9-280x
System 2. Intel 8700k Asus Prime with Strix RTX 2060
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LoL i still have my Christmas lights up
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Originally posted by VirginRambo VirginRambo wrote:

LoL i still have my Christmas lights up


I just noticed that lol how long has it been past Christmas
three months?
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hey, hey now, the light switch no longer works for this room so we use christmas lights and a small light...dont judge me haha


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Can you take some pics of the inside of the case?
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My PC is being delivered tomorrow. I have to swap out the power supply when it gets here. I hope my experience is as good as yours. 
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Remember to stress it while you still have the 30 day free RMA if needed.

Lookin good.
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Unboxing pix arent anything special those are just for me to use if i need em, thats why nothing was uploaded yet and video needs to be edited and then go onto youtube so others can see that cyberpower is actually awesome lol

Few updated pix ( never realized how bad i am with a camera lol) and ya i did all the test and even ramped up the ones you can change and all pass with flying colors..

the cords going to the left of the pictures, are the ones hooked up to the panel i pulled off for these pictures if anyone was curious lol







and this is just to show specs




I havent done any overclocking yet as you can see, this setup is amazing at cooling and case is awesome with dust control as well, we live in a basement house ( meaning 90% of the house is surrounded by ground, thus no window lighting lol it gets really dusty and really hot in here, even in winter, my GPU under full load and GPU fans only at 50% stays around 75'C, the CPU under full load never goes above 45'C ( execpt on the burn in tests, when i ramped it to the extreme test it hit around a steady 64'C for most of that test)

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If someone want any other pictures or have questions about experience in any way, don't hesitate to ask!


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