First of all hello there kind stranger Hope your days are going good and your weather is better than the stroppy weather here in New Zealand!
Okay so i was just wanting some insight on a couple things related to my PC. I have just finished building my very first gaming rig yesterday and i am still buzzing out of my mind over it. My main question was that I was wanting to add some LED strips and rgb fans to it but was wondering about my PSU being able to handle the strips being added. This is a link to the LED strips i am purchasing later on https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/corsair-lighting-node-pro-led-lighting-customization-kit/27836882 and this is for the fans https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/antec-prizm-120mm-rgb-pwm-case-fan/30461206
And my computer components are a Silent series 600 case i think it was, Cooler Master MWE BRONZE 550W 80Plus Bronze PSU, AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, 2x8GB Kingston HyperX Fury 2666MHz DDR4, NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1660 6GB and a ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F Gaming ATX Motherboard.
I have semi researched these parts and purchased them after seeing some decent reviews. I have also downloaded the nvidia experience for my GPU drives but was wondering should i do anything else. Like do i need to update my mobo or ram? Or is it all good to run as it is. So far i have managed max settings on LoL and Skyrim so thats a good enough sign for me but was wanting a third party input. Was thinking of adding two RGB fans into this build somewhere cos i am scared it might overheat. Is that overkill? This is mainly because i see my GPU fans not spinning sometimes and thats freaking me out.
Sorry for the rambling but any advice or help is much appreciated!