The new PSU has a thick 24 pin cable, it fits just right on the case and the side panel has an elevation on the side which makes this possible
The old setup
The current setup
The AMD stock cooler and it's loose piece of plastic, It might be broken somehow, aesthetically speaking of course as it sure performs as well as always
This is the chair in question. Overkill? Yes, but it's far more comfortable than the one previous one which is on the background.
This is an overview of the CPU/Exhaust area, the neon on the cooler combined with the red sata cables makes this setup totally rad
This corsair case cooler has an great blue light and spins up like a turbine for a short period when the computer turns on. It can actually hurt a finger when at full speed
This is the case cooler that came with the case, not good but not bad. It certainly does it's job, maybe upgrading it some day might be a good idea
The blue theme goes all around the case. It persists from the back
To the front, where there is the blue case cooler that came with the case
On the top of the PSU there is some room witch comes in handy to cram unused cables
There isn't much below the graphics card aside from the front io and a buzzer. As the PSU is top mounted the only cable here is the sata power for the hard drive
This build was originally made in 2018 as a budget system for gaming to replace an Latitude D520. After almost three years some updates were made to the system and now it is in it's current state. This system can be of good assistance for parts references.
with this update on the details i replaced some parts which never really were part of the system with more accurate ones -i managed to replace the old sound boxes with excellent ones in which i got a nice discount -The mouse broke and was replaced with the previous one, as i didn`t found it on the parts list i added one of a similar cost -The keyboard and hard drive were changed to the actual part they were -Finally added more detailed pictures of the setup -minor cable management improvement Recently i am having issues with the system`s built in sound, as in currently only outputs static
An overhaul on the build
After almost three years the system hasn't changed much aside from the PSU and peripherals. After a long time with frequent system crashes and recently corruptions the PSU was swapped for a CX 450 which serves the system much better than the old one was ever capable of doing so. The mouse and keyboard are far more comfortable and the new display's brightness is no longer limited by room temperature. It also has freesync and a 75hz refresh rate which is awesome.
The parts list was updated yet again to accurately tell what are the parts and to take into consideration the new ones, the CPU cooler was more of an experiment but in the end it sticked to the build and so it stayed.