Building The TUF Ryzen 9 4K Gaming PC! [ RTX 2080 Ti // 3900X ]

So people have been asking me to make an AMD
build video after my 9900K gaming PC, and today we are going to do that with this Ryzen
CPU, and I also wanted this build to stand out a little, so we’ll try to follow a certain
theme which you will see in this video. Hey guys, I am Siddharth, and let’s build
a TUF Ryzen Gaming PC. The case we are going to be building in is
the ASUS TUF Gaming GT501, and I really like this case a lot because it offers lots of
space with its classic approach on a PC case, it has a very unique aesthetic, great airflow,
and it offers some practically useful extra features. and I’ll also review this case separately
on the channel. We’ll use a Corsair RM750x as our power
supply, which is a pretty standard choice for high end PC builds with its top tier capacitors
and performance. Now, the motherboard we’re going to use
is an ASUS TUF X570 Plus Gaming, and while this is not an RoG Crosshair Hero board, it
is very well equipped to handle a CPU like 3900X, even when overclocked, and I have actually
confirmed this personally in a video where I tested VRMs of different motherboards which
you can also check out. You do miss on some premium features like
a Q Code LED, and an inbuilt I/O shield which you get with the Crosshair VIII hero, but
it perfectly matches this build and you don’t practically need to spend more on a motherboard
for the CPU we’ll be using. The RAM we are going to use is Adata’s XPG
RGB RAM, 3600 MHz is really the sweet spot for Zen 2 CPUs, and it will also look really
great in this build, and it also matches the aesthetics of this theme. Then we have the most requested component,
the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, and it is great for gaming and productivity, and the 24 threads
are actually plenty enough for gaming while you have something rendering in the background. Then we have this TUF Alliance RGB SSD from
Team Group and I have to admit that I am using this just for the aesthetics in this build,
as I generally don’t like the extra cables with non M.2 SSDs, but this one looks really
amazing and there’s no such thing as too much RGB. The cooler we’ll be using is the Cooler
Master ML360R RGB, and I have already used Corsair LL120 Fans on the radiator, which
are still the best looking ARGB fans on the market. We are going to mount this on top, and we
already have 3 RGB fans pre-installed in this case, which will create a nice balance of
push and pull configuration for the airflow. Mounting the waterblock on our CPU is really
easy, as the AM4 mount is very simple and effective, and I really like how easy the
installation is. Then we make the Corsair ARGB connections,
which is a really simple process as all you have to do is connect the lightning node pro
to the ARGB fan hub after connecting it to your motherboard with USB, then connect all
the fans to the hub, and connect the light strips to the node pro and supply power to
it along with the fan HUB with SATA adapters. The GPU were going to be using is the ROG
Strix Geforce RTX 2080 Ti, which is still a really powerful card that is good enough
for 4K gaming. We are not going to vertically mount this
GPU like my last build, but this GPU also looks great with a horizontal mount because
it also has this RGB ROG logo on top which looks awesome and it also integrates well
with our build. We have these awesome custom built extension
cables from TweakedPC which we asked to have color matched with this build, and my friend
Vaibhav also has this TUF Themed G shock, and India’s national animal is also a TUF
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with bell, because if everything goes as planned, I might soon be able to build a PC that the
world has never seen before. Then finally we have the ARGB case lighting
strips from corsair, which are again the best case lighting option, and it was kind of tricky
to install it in this case as it is really big, and the 140mm fan prevents the light
strips to pass through, but we were able to find a position where it let’s you install
it perfectly (show overlay in premiere). Then we do some other uninteresting things
like making the case IO and button connections, and putting 6 TB of HDD storage. We have another M.2 SSD from my old PC, and
even though SATA and NVMe SSDs don’t have a big performance difference, the price difference
is also not great anymore, so if I was buying an SSD today, it would have been an NVME. We didn’t have to put a lot of effort in
managing the cables, as the TUF case has a lot of space on the backside with some velcro
straps, and the panel also gets pushed in, instead of sliding in, so you can be a little
lazy with the cable management. So let’s test if this is going to start
on the first try. And it was a success, but we did have to re
insert the RAM, and replug the power button LED, but other than that everything worked
perfectly, which is pretty great. We are going to pair this PC with my 4K monitors,
a TUF gaming K7 keyboard with optical mechanical switches which are really unique and awesome,
and we also have this TUF gaming mouse which also matches with this build. A great gaming experience also needs great
audio, so we have these AMAZING speakers from Adam Audio with these color matching ribbon
tweeters, and this audio setup also needs some other things which I won’t go into
the details of And now let’s start with some sweet B roll
that this build deserves. So I am really happy with how this build turned
out to be, and I also think that it matches then Ryzen platform really well with its red,
black, and yellow color scheme, and I was also thinking that the yellow cables would
limit the color choice for RGB, but it also looks pretty great with shades of blue and
purple. It is also great to see that we didn’t have
to spend a lot on many of these components compared to my last build, and we are still
getting great performance for productivity, with the 2080 Ti letting you play games at
4K 60 FPS. Here’s the price list if you’re looking to
build something similar, and I’ll also have links to these components in the video description
below if you want to buy them or check the current prices. So let me know YOUR thoughts about this build
in the comments section, and you can also watch my 9900K build video which is still
going strong after a year. Give this video a thumbs up if you liked it
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