Just going to make a post to upload some pictures of my PC. In case you wanted to know what it looks like.
By the way, I love stickers. I also love Pusheen. You're probably going to figure that one out after you've seen it.
I'm fairly happy with the way this one turned out. I love this case, it's really pretty damn awesome especially when you consider it was only £45. it's a Fractal Design Focus G in Mystic Red, the full ATX version. Yes you probably noticed my motherboard is Micro ATX, that is because I was having a Micro ATX fling when I bought it. On hindsight, I would have just bought a full ATX motherboard. Then I wouldn't have had to use that PCI-E 1X riser cable to use my Soundcard without choking the GPU fan.
Oh you want my PC spec? No? Okay. But I'm going to put it here anyway :D
Ryzen 7 2700X "50th Anniversary Gold Edition" at stock speeds with the Wraith Prism RGB cooler that came with it
16GB (2x 8GB) G.Skill "TridentZ" 3200 MHz CL14 running at XMP speed but with tightened secondary timings
MSI B450M Mortar Micro ATX motherboard
Sapphire Radeon RX 590 Nitro Special Edition at factory OC speed
Corsair Force MP510 960GB NVMe M.2 SSD @ 4x Gen3 for games
Samsung 960 EVO 256GB NVMe M.2 SSD @ 4x Gen2 for the Operating System
Sandisk Extreme 480GB SATA3 SSD for games and storage
Creative SoundblasterZ Soundcard with 5.1 surround output for Logitech Z906 Speakers
Seasonic Focus Plus 850W Gold Modular Power Supply
Fractal Design Focus G Mystic Red ATX case with 2x Corsair 140mm RGB fans on the top exhaust, 2x 140mm Noctua PPC fans in the front intake, a 120mm Noctua PPC in the bottom intake and another one in the rear exhaust.
I use an LG Ultra 4K display with 10bit colour and FreeSync (but no HDR sadly), which is full 3840x2160 resolution at 24" so you get Pixel Density For Days. I love it, the biggest thing I notice with that amount of DPI is the detail and clarity of objects in the distance, in games. So much so that I just can't go back to a 1080p panel at the same size. it's just a pixelated mess. I've been spoiled~
With the Radeon VII I was gaming at 4K Ultra details, but now that I am on the RX 590 I mainly play at 2560x1440 Ultra, which the card handles really well actually, the 8GB helps here, especially with HD Textures. 1440P still looks pretty amazing at 24" so it's not the end of the world but I do miss the Radeon VII... T.T
Thanks for reading, I guess.