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The Birth Of Ghost – My Windows 11 Gaming Battle Station

This is my first real computer build as an attending physician in the sense that except for the GPU and monitor, all of the internal components and peripherals are new.

Over the years, I’ve dabbled with everything from RGB ATX cases (Overmind and Tassadar) to simple mini-ITX cases and even open builds, but this time, I went with a mini-tower form factor. Furthermore, this is my first AMD build and white-themed build.

I give you Ghost. 👻

NameGhost
OSMicrosoft Windows 11
MotherboardGIGABYTE B550 Vision D-P
CPUAMD Ryzen 9 5950X Vermeer (16-core, 32-thread, unlocked)
MemoryCorsair VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL 64 GB (4 x 16 GB) DDR4
GPUGigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER GAMING OC
StoragePrimary: Samsung 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD 1 TB
Data: Seagate FireCuda 2 TB SSHD
PSUCorsair SF750 750 Watt 80 Plus Platinum SFX Fully Modular
CPU CoolerLian Li Galahad 240mm RGB AIO Water Cooling Kit
CaseLian Li O11D Snow Edition ATX Mini Tower
FansLian Li UNI White SL120 ARGB
MonitorSamsung Odyssey G9 49″ 240Hz Curved QLED Gaming Monitor
MouseCorsair M65 RGB Elite
KeyboardCorsair K70 RGB Mechanical RAPIDFIRE (Cherry MX)
ControllerSony PlayStation® DualSense™
LightsCorsair Lighting Node PRO
Lian Li RGB STRIMER Plus 24-pin (motherboard)
Lian Li RGB STRIMER Plus 8-pin (GPU)
HeadsetSteelSeries Arctis 7 Wireless
WebcamLogitech BRIO UHD 4K Webcam

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2 Comments

  1. Looks great. Why’d you decide to go with Ryzen with Alder lake becoming available earlier this week? I have my eye on the Odyssey monitor so you’ll have to report back how you like it.

    1. I’ve had the Odyssey for many months now (even before they released the mini-LED version) and absolutely love it for gaming immersion. As far as the Ryzen, I’ve been building with Intel for over a decade – wanted to change it up. Plus, I got some of the components at a discount, so that was an incentive to go this route. 🙂

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