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PC Builder: Snow-White PC with Mid-Range Components and LED Matrix Front | Teaser

White egg in front of white wall? I know I don't do myself any good in advance, if I have to start photographing and releasing all the white components individually. Let's see what comes out of it and how much time goes flute for it again. The ulterior motive for this special build, however, is quite simple, if I may say so. Play instinct, play instinct and not as a play instinct, combined with the child in the man. So the perfect mix!

White egg in front of white wall? I know I don't do myself any good in advance, if I have to start photographing and releasing all the white components individually. Let's see what comes out of it and how much time goes flute for it again. The ulterior motive for this special build, however, is quite simple, if I may say so. Instinct to play, instinct to play and nothing but a play instinct, combined with the child in the man. So the perfect mix!

The starting point will be the white InWin 307, the front part of which is actually a large, programmable LED matrix. To do this, I will pack into the interior all that has gone so far in white components at Computex 2018. This ranges from the white Patriot RAM, to a white air cooler from Alpenföhn to the SnowSilent Prime from Seasonic. The efficient and quiet power supply was donated to me by the good Nils and I think I have to buy a bottle of good olive oil from him again.

Only with the motherboard it becomes difficult, because the only white product, the MSI B360 Arctic Gaming, may not be sold in Germany of all places, because such a petty-tinged company like Arctic once again has a glaring risk of confusion between coolers, thermal conduction pad and motherboards. With AMD, this trip to Jerusalem has already been played to the end and the Fusion-APU became history. But you definitely don't find any friends like that.

In the final penetrating of the Endpenetrance, only the DHU tops this, but if we cannot fight to death in Germany, we will be missing something. Ok, other subject. Since Intel seems to be a bit distressed at the moment and therefore can no longer even afford sampling, I empty the remaining stock in the warehouse and put a suitable CPU in the form of the Core i5-8400 in the B360 motherboard. Only AMD is boring ever since Lisa is again striving for world domination. I don't want to be like that and increase the presence at my expense a little bit.

And because Jensen's RTX'en isn't really going on at the moment, but I really wanted something white, so it has to direct an Asus GeForce GTX 1060 Dual (hin), whose white radiator cover fits very well into the overall concept. And since today is a (self-paid) holiday in Saxony, I start slowly, because at some point you have to give yourself a jolt. So, it remains exciting!

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Igor Wallossek

Editor-in-chief and name-giver of igor'sLAB as the content successor of Tom's Hardware Germany, whose license was returned in June 2019 in order to better meet the qualitative demands of web content and challenges of new media such as YouTube with its own channel.

Computer nerd since 1983, audio freak since 1979 and pretty much open to anything with a plug or battery for over 50 years.

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