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1200 Euro Gaming PC with the Ryzen 5 3600 and the KFA2 RTX 2070 Super EX in a Sharkoon TG6

Of course, this assembly is purely exemplary and you can also install an NVMe instead of the SATA-SSD, save 30 euros on the power supply and invest in various light RAM… The Sharkoon TG6 is a good P/L offer as a housing with 4 pre-installed, quite quiet aRGB fans and if you don't trust the OEM power supply, buy something else. But the fact that you can screw together a quite good cash-stake PC for 1200 Euros is also due to the cheap yet fast CPU, which can also be cooled very well. You definitely don't need compact water cooling!

The complete assembly is part of the video every day, but this time it was really a real PC, because a community member has put together it like this. Only for an additional, huge text wall the time 8and Kraft) was no longer enough, because you still want to have something of the holidays. But that doesn't stop the fun That Yves and I had when screwing. At the very end there are also a few cut-off snippets, where I really had to look.

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