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Computer cases are the skeleton and skin of the desktop computer. A computer case stores all of the internal components of a computer while expressing the style, tastes, and functionality of the user.
Select your desired CPU. It is Important to select the same CPU Socket as your selected motherboard.
The vast majority of today’s consumer motherboards come in one of three sizes: ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX. ATX is the de facto standard, and offers the most space for features and expansion. Mini-ITX allows for compact PCs that still have space for one graphics card, while Micro-ATX splits the difference in both size and expansion. You should pick a form factor that matches your case selection.
You can't "Download more RAM" so make sure to select enough for your needs, 16GB is the standard for gaming and 32-64GB and above generally for Power users.
The CPU cooler may consist of a heat sink and fan. These cooling systems are generally referred to as air cooling and are often used in conjunction with systems that are designed to improve airflow.
Another type of CPU cooling is called liquid cooling, where liquid circulates liquid through small pipes in a heat sink, drawing heat from the CPU to a dedicated radiator located on the system case or enclosure, where it is released into the ambient air outside of the system.
IF SELECTING AIO RADIATOR, MAKE SURE THE RADIATOR WILL FIT IN YOUR SELECTED CASE. See case description for details.
The Graphics card has the most impact on the systems overall gaming performance.
Select your Primary NVMe or 2.5 SSDs, keep in mind that most motherboards only support 1-2 NVMe or M.2 slots.
You may add additional storage devices, this step is optional.
Select your Secondary SSDs or HDDs, keep in mind that your Case may have limited drive bays to mount 2.5 inch SSDs and 3.5 inch HDDs - Plan accordingly and see your case description for more information.
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Select your desired Power Supply Unit, we generally recommend at least 750Watt for high end GPUs. See your selected GPU power requirements for details.
Select any additional PWM or RGB Fans, make sure your Fan size matches the Fan size of your case. See case description or Live chat below for more info.
You may select up to 3x quantity for this step, including 2 and 3 fan combo packs, plan accordingly. NOTE: some radiators/AIO coolers come with fans already and you may consider picking fans that visually match or compliment the fans on your AIO cooler/radiator.
Optional cable mods and extensions to spice up your build!
Make sure your selected Cable mods match your GPU! (i.e. 2x8pin or 3x8pin)
Add custom Laser Etching to your build. You can upload sample artwork directly to your order after checkout on your account page order details!
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Configure and build your own custom PC.
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