Thermaltake Overseeer Case Study

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To start off building my computer, the case I decided on was the Thermaltake Overseer RX-I VN700M1W2N. I picked this case because I like being able to see the inside of the computer case, while offering a neat light display when powered on and a stylish look overall. The motherboard I have chosen is the ASUS Z170-A LGA 1151 Intel Z170 ATX motherboard. I have chosen this motherboard because I wanted something that is up-to-date, can run the everyday things I do, comes with USB 3.1, and is also pretty good for gaming when I have free time. The first thing I will do is put the motherboard inside the case. It is the first thing you should always do because it would not be wise to put the processor, sound or video card, or anything else on it without …show more content…
I have chosen the WD Black hard drive with 1TB of storage because, along with storing my personal files, downloading programs and games every once in a while, I also feel like it is a great amount of storage to have in today’s computer technology. The hard drive has a rate of 7200 RPM, allowing a pretty decent rate of speed to retrieve data. For my DVD drive, I have chosen the ASUS Black DVD-ROM/CD-ROM because it is the same manufacturer as my motherboard, and I never really had to use a Blu-Ray disc so I don’t really need a Blu-Ray drive at the moment. I even sometimes use CDs to play older games that I have so having a CD/DVD drive will be suitable for …show more content…
I chose this because it can produce 305 watts, and I believe it would be perfect to provide power to all of my parts. This will first connect to the motherboard’s 24-pin power pin, and after that is done, I will install the fans that have come along with the CPU and motherboard, plug everything else in to the power supply, and close the case. Once that is done, I will go ahead and plug the power supply into the AC outlet and turn the machine on to see if it works. If it works, I will go ahead and plug my mouse, keyboard, speakers, monitor, and then install my operating system. I have chosen the Microsoft 3500 Mouse because I have used this mouse before and like it, the Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600 ANB-00001 because it is USB-wired, the ASUS VN2 Black 28” monitor because it is also from the same manufacturer as the motherboard and has a nice quality design, the BOSE Companion 2 Series speakers for the high quality sound BOSE produces in all of their products, and the Windows 10 Home 64-bit operating system since I use this at home already. The monitor will be plugged in first, then the mouse, keyboard, and speakers will be plugged in. Afterwards, I will install Windows 10 on my computer and finish up building my

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