- 13 months ago
This time, Instead of looking at the finished product itself, I was building the PC! The Motherboard was probably an MSI B450M Pro M2, as it had a black PCB and this board is the only consumer board that I know of with a dark PCB. I put in my Ryzen 5 1600, but I didn't put in that cooler you get with it (gasp! shudder!). My cousins got me some case fans, like the Corsair LL120 and some Thermaltake Riing 140 model. I told them that it would be hard to use both 120mm fans and 140mm fans in the same case, and then I wondered - where did they even get these from? I asked them this, and they said that they got it from the apartment complex's watchman. Whaaa? Meh, case fans for free, I guess. The fans used three pin connectors which I immediately recognised as DW connectors (I didn't even know I knew this!), And I plugged them into the motherboard's fan headers. While doing this, dream me was thinking about controlling the fan's speed and airflow and monitoring them all - I like to keep tabs on whatever my system is doing at any given moment. I then began to fit the AMD Wraith cooler in place and put the board into the case, when (and I absolutely H a t e this) I woke up.