[SOLVED] Rate My Pc Build

Feb 14, 2019
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Thanks for the reply. I would love to get them instead, but I am on a budget and that is why I wanted to know if this is good enought. Plus, do I need case fan?

I'd give it around an 8.7/10

Why go with an 8th Gen Intel processor when the 9th Gen are available?
There is no data storage drive.
Better graphic cards are available.

-Wolf sends
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Wolfshadw

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Oh, it's good enough. Trust me. I understand budget limitations. You'll note I'm not exactly running a 10/10 either!

Looking at the User's Manual (found here), it appears the case comes with one front intake fan and one rear exhaust fan. This is the bare minimum for case cooling. While adding fans would be recommended (I'd probably look for at least one additional exhaust), it's purely optional.

-Wolf sends
 
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Haha Then you know how it is. Thank you, this has been really helpful. I will look into getting a fan if not then an exhaust. Thanks!
Oh, it's good enough. Trust me. I understand budget limitations. You'll note I'm not exactly running a 10/10 either!

Looking at the User's Manual (found here), it appears the case comes with one front intake fan and one rear exhaust fan. This is the bare minimum for case cooling. While adding fans would be recommended (I'd probably look for at least one additional exhaust), it's purely optional.

-Wolf sends
 
Feb 14, 2019
5
0
10
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Oh, it's good enough. Trust me. I understand budget limitations. You'll note I'm not exactly running a 10/10 either!

Looking at the User's Manual (found here), it appears the case comes with one front intake fan and one rear exhaust fan. This is the bare minimum for case cooling. While adding fans would be recommended (I'd probably look for at least one additional exhaust), it's purely optional.

-Wolf sends
Hey if not a big hassel, could you reccomend me an exhaust fan ? Thanks
 

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