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I use this machine for gaming, homework, and A E S T H E T I C. When I saw NZXT released their S340 as a Mini ITX case, I HAD to jump on it and build a computer. Somehow I got it to post first try, and haven't had any problems with it. Not bad for my first time building a computer?
AMD's back, and they're cooler than ever. Got it running at 4GHz at stock voltage.
Honestly only hear a tiny amount of pump noise if I take the side panel off. Otherwise it looks amazing and is silent. The fans that come with it are also really good at pushing "aer" through the radiator. I like it. The only problem is it needs a USB 2.0 slot on the motherboard, so I had to buy a splitter. It would be nice if it could connect right to the smart device, or hue + that comes with the h200i.
Feature rich mini ITX am4 motherboard. It was the only one with a type C port. Phenomenal.
Got it running @ 2933 CAS 16. No issues.
SSD. Okay performance. Got it as a gift, so its literal gold to me
I like the high pitched winding up noise it makes when I turn the computer on. I wish it came with some documentation. My box just came with the hard drive and that's it.
This is Zotac's flagship 1060. For the most part, the cooling is surprisingly good for this tiny little cooler. I wish this flagship GPU came with a backplate, but I'm just thankful I got it for $230 before the mining industry ruined the GPU industry.
A little bit tricky to build in as a beginner, but it looks so damn good. I love minimal design, so I'm glad there's no unnecessary "gamer" geometry going on with this case.
It supplies power, and I don't think I've ever heard it. Cables are HARD though, like they're wrapped in steel