AMD Ryzen Core P5 Build


rakesh_sharma23

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AMD Ryzen Core P5 Build

Finally upgraded to AMD Ryzen.

I was a long AMD fan till Phenom X6,but due to reason known to everyone have to switch to the blue team. But AMD is now back in action with Ryzen and mostly all RAM related issues have been ironed out. So I think this is the best time to upgrade. My last PC was an Intel i7-7700K based system and for this build I am going with AMD Ryzen 1700 CPU with custom liquid cooling.

Hope you all like the build.





























































Thanks.
 
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Black_Hawk

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Lovely build... congratulations!

Btw, unless your in a centrally air conditioned room... isn't it hard to keep the inside of that case clean difficult? I have an open air system running in my room, the one I use as my secondary HTPC and I must give it a light dusting every couple of days to prevent it from getting that layer of dust settle in on it.
 
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rakesh_sharma23

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Lovely build... congratulations!

Btw, unless your in a centrally air conditioned room... isn't it hard to keep the inside of that case clean difficult? I have an open air system running in my room, the one I use as my secondary HTPC and I must give it a light dusting every couple of days to prevent it from getting that layer of dust settle in on it.
Yes keeping the system dust free is little difficult, but i try to clean the PC every week end using air blower.
 
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cool. It looks like a steam punk type design. the three fans on the bottom look like wheels. just need some movement and some steam to rise every now and then. lol.