Question Any suggestion for this PC?


Dec 29, 2017
Kingston 960GB A400 SATA3 2.5" Internal SSD SA400S37/960G - HDD Replacement for
Increase Performance

Raidmax Magnus Z23 Full Tower Computer Gaming Case Tempered Glass, 120 mm ARGB Fan
and ARGB Hub Controller Included (Black)

Patriot Memory Viper 4 Series DDR4 32GB (2 x 16GB) 3200MHz (PC4-25600) Dual Module Kit
- PV432G320C6K

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling
System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A

Thermaltake Toughpower 1500W 80+ Gold Semi Modular ATX 12V/EPS 12V
Power Supply 5 YR Warranty PS-TPD-1500MPCGUS-1

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super Founders Edition Graphics Card
Gigabyte LGA1151 Intel ATX DDR4 Motherboards GA-Z170X-GAMING 6

Sound Blaster Z PCIe Gaming Sound Card with High Performance Headphone Amp and Beam
Forming Microphone

Intel Core i7-9700K Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 4.9 GHz Turbo unlocked LGA1151 300
Series 95W


Bad PSU, too much wattage anyway for that build. I'd swap the SSD out. Inf act with a lower wattage PSU, you can get funds out for a better SSD and storage. DDR4-3600MHz would get my vote of confidence. Lastly, I'd go for AMD's platform instead of Intel.
Reactions: m-s-s--2009
Agree with Lutfij...That PSU is way too much and a good 750w Gold like the Seasonic Focus Plus Gold or EVGA G£ 750 Gold would be by far a better choice as they are far higher quality PSU's and have 10 year warranties. On the storage side, again a NVMe M.2 SSD would be much better like the Crucial P1 at just under $100 for the 1TB version. On the Z390 motherboard try to go for a mid level at least with a decent VRM setup like the Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro or Elite.


Don't buy Raidmax, one of the worst cases you can possibly buy. Get something from Phanteks, NZXT, Fractal Design, or Corsair instead. Also I agree about the PSU. There's no reason to buy a 1500W supply for a single 2080, that is massive overkill.

What is your overall budget?