How To CHEAT at PC Building
Featuring the Maingear R1 Razer Edition
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Maingear R1:

PARTS LIST
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU –
MSI X370 Xpower Gaming Titanium –
2x GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs in SLI –
HyperX Fury 16GB DDR4 Memory –
Samsung 960 Pro 512GB M.2 NVME SSD –
Corsair AX860i PSU –
NZXT H440 Razer Edition Case –
Thermaltake Riing Green LED Fans –
CPU Block, GPU Blocks, Pump/Reservoir by EKWB –
Fittings by Bitspower –
Quick Release Fittings by Koolance –

Many thanks to Maingear and AMD for sending this system for review.

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33 Comments

Destroyer

May 16, 2020

Wow Paul hardware is the best youtuber I always watch him but I wish I had a pc like this since it would be my dream and a setup would be even better but a pc like this would be my dream I wish I got this pc for free or shipped to me but that ain’t happening since i don’t have so many subs like him

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hoodedasylum

May 16, 2020

You can pump these out up to 20000 dollars

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Delain124

May 16, 2020

How to have a Maingear PC with out spending a lot of money. Step one if you have a Microcenter in your state close buy head to one. Step 2 buy the Maingear case from Microcenter. Step 3 buy the motherboard, CPU, GPU, power supply, etc. Step 4 head home and put it altogether. Step 5 sit back and be happy with your new not Maingear computer in a Maingear case.

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iTry Nano

May 16, 2020

Me watching in 2019 "why the hell are using a 1700x?"
Me: checks the date it was posted
Me: "oh… yeah that'll do it"

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Skyhawk17765

May 16, 2020

I want it but I'm not sure they still make it

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Demon

May 16, 2020

Will the Ryzen 2600x fit this motherboard???

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kuriTM

May 16, 2020

Maingear is a shitty builder. They double the price of literally everything and their fucking paintjobs cost 500$ each.

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Elmo

May 16, 2020

"Apol iz bedder dan PC" jsiwkwbdidiwnsizns i like cock wkxidjwbwid

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Siski

May 16, 2020

why buy a 399 cpu when u can buy pewds chair for 399! and I bet ur cpu can't even "but can u do dis?!"

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omar suarez

May 16, 2020

Clickbait

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sopcannon

May 16, 2020

Hey verge try doing this!!!!

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RPD

May 16, 2020

I buy prebuilt for two reasons: 1) I don't want to fool with building it myself) and 2) So somebody else can have a job. Seems like a good deal on both ends.

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TheBaldr

May 16, 2020

I got my Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube i7, 36GB memory, GTX 1080, 512SSD off newegg for $1600, bought an Intel water cooler and redid all the wire management for another $100. I couldn't be happier with my computer.

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Lindsay Peace

May 16, 2020

Rather build one

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juicebox_tgs

May 16, 2020

I had my first pc built for me, cost me $900 and fortunately i probably only spent about an extra $50 dollars on the labour. But id still reccomend to anyone that they should just try and build their pc to get into it because it is way too much fin

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DivisionRc

May 16, 2020

NZXT BLD makes prebuilt for MSRP + 99$ for building. HELL lot better then this. Even the GPu are MSRP!!!!

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DAWGZofWAR

May 16, 2020

i almost got this pc but i decided to go w/the maingear vybe so could have all high-end hardware inside & two 1080ti in sli instead of one stock 1070 & a pretty case ya know lol.. should be here in a week or so..i'm super excited

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Lightning Gamer

May 16, 2020

That is one thing I always hesitate with purchasing a rig. I would love one of these but the upcost is ridiculous. Less than 3 grand in parts but a rig that's double that or more. I understand labor cost, maintenance, warranty, wiring, etc but to cost more than the parts in it by a huge margin make me feel off :/ I would love to do a rig like that but I don't know anything about water cooling etc

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Soundwave

May 16, 2020

does it come with the OS installed?

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Metalmachine467

May 16, 2020

I built my system and wouldn't buy a prebuilt although the new reservoir maingear has looks awesome.
Nothing like making one all your own .

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Nicholas Lopez

May 16, 2020

Don’t get me wrong this guy is cool and knows what he’s talking about but I cannot help but to seem like he’s giving out a bad vibe a little.

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Leinad Reign

May 16, 2020

cool shirt!

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Miguel Fernandez

May 16, 2020

I want to build it my self even if I cant do custom water cooling Ill do all in cooling

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jamesthefishy

May 16, 2020

Guys do you see that Reservior Could I fit in 3.75 x 3.75 x 11.75 in Reservior in that place ?

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Dan Magoo

May 16, 2020

It's not really my computer if it doesn't have a few smudges and stains of my blood somewhere inside.

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Darthplagueis13

May 16, 2020

Depends a bit…. If you really want something heavy duty you probably shouldn´t rely on pre-builts. But when it comes to more average and good PCs it certainly can be a good option, as long as you have a reliable source. In the case you really want to afford a really high tier PC, I´d say anything where the parts alone will cost you more than 2000 bucks you should maybe just get the parts first and then go looking for someone to put them together for you.

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ION Rayner

May 16, 2020

Can I have it?

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barry van dijk

May 16, 2020

Just 16 GB ram ?

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kalmtraveler

May 16, 2020

half of the fun of PC ownership for me is building and upgrading it myself… would never pay someone else to take that joy away, even for the warranty.

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Ronard Droono

May 16, 2020

Clown))

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Eric Hardy

May 16, 2020

I have lost feeling in my hands and arms due to an on the job injury I have crap dexterity, I miss building PCs on the side and have been looking into a prebuilt. I was looking at xidax but now ill check these cats out to start a bidding war

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Joe Seabert

May 16, 2020

20 years ago I would have taken the time to learn how to build a PC like this, but now that I’m an adult and work for a living and game as a hobby I have no issue with buying a good comp.

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Felix

May 16, 2020

who in the hell can afford it??

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