$2500 Insane Ryzen 2700x Water Cooled Gaming PC Build!



Water-Cooled Ryzen 2700X + 1070 Ti Gaming PC Build with overclock and benchmarks! Here’s how to build an epic gaming PC! This RGB gaming PC has a custom loop for the AMD Ryzen 2700X, an MSI 1070 Ti Duke, and 32GB of RGB RAM. ▶Check out my other Gaming PC builds here: https://mcmx.in/2MyB2oT

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▶▶PARTS▶▶

AMD – Ryzen 7 2700X –
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MSI – X470 GAMING PRO CARBON Motherboard –
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Corsair – Vengeance RGB 32GB RAM –
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Corsair – Force MP500 120GB M.2 SSD –
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Team Group T-FORCE DELTA 2.5″ 250GB SSD –
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MSI – GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB DUKE –
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Raidmax – X08 ATX Mid Tower Case –
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Corsair – RMx (2018) 850W Power Supply –
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PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Flexible Tubing – 1/2in.ID x 3/4in.OD –
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Alphacool Icicles 19 / 13mm compression fitting Sixpack –
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Thermaltake Sleeve Extension Power Supply Cable Kit, Pink/Black –
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MasterFan Pro 120 Air Flow RGB 120mm Fans –
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CORSAIR RGB LED Lighting PRO Expansion Kit –
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XSPC D5 Photon Reservoir/Pump Combo V2 –
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EKWB EK-CoolStream SE 360 Radiator –
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EK-Supremacy EVO AMD RGB – Nickel Plexi –
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IC Graphite Thermal Pad –
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24 Comments on “$2500 Insane Ryzen 2700x Water Cooled Gaming PC Build!”

  1. The case reminded me of the Cougar Conquer. At first I thought it was a rip-off, but after looking at the two, it's their own iteration/take on that style of chassis.

  2. im thinking about buying a built computer at Micro Center. The PowerSpec G 351. It cost $1399. Everyone that sees the spec sheet says that its one hell of a computer at a great price. That the price should be much higher because of the parts. Makes me think something isn't right. Would you recommend that computer or can i get a better custom build for that price? Thanks

  3. Not bad, but should have added GPU in the loop (different GPU of course) and done a hard tube loop would have tied the lines together a bit better

  4. My brother met your mom or wife or something at the tec store the other day and im a little upset i wasn't there

  5. Open case is stupid, defeats the purpose of protecting your hardware and not to mention the dust in the graphics’s card, soft tubes are old school

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