It’s been a while, but our very own DeatheTech (Ryan from Jawa) has graced our website with a couple of gaming PC build listings of his own and there’s one that’s definitely worth checking out. (It’s also the only one that’s still available, the other 2 sold super quickly) Now this isn’t your standard gaming PC prebuilt and it’s not going to appeal to everyone, but either way it’s definitely worth taking a closer look at in today’s Friday Feature.
- Wall-Mountability - I have never written about a prebuilt that can be wall mounted, but that ends today. This Thermaltake Core P3 case that’s housing a ton of high end components can indeed be mounted on your wall for the ultimate conversation starter when entering your battlestation room. It’s not 100% required, as you can see it still looks amazing on top of a desk, but I can’t imagine how good this would look half way up towards the ceiling.
- Performance - Aside from the obvious wall-mountability aesthetics, the performance in this rig is no joke. The Ryzen 9 5900X and 32GB of RAM can chew through any workload you throw at it, and the MSI RTX 3080 can play any game at higher settings comfortably in 1440p.
- Guaranteed Customer Service - An open frame, wall-mounted case like this could be a bit difficult to ship, but fear not because this build is coming from the best customer service rep in the game. If you don’t already know, DeatheTech, AKA Ryan is in fact the person manning the Jawa customer service emails (along many other things) so if there was ever a guarantee that you’ll get the support you need, this is it. And if that’s not enough, check out that 4.95/5 star customer service rating on his seller profile with 78 reviews, or Jawa’s 4.7 Trustpilot customer service score.
Price to Performance Value
As you can hopefully guess, a build like this isn’t made for pure “price to performance value” yet it somehow achieves it. You have to consider the “wow factor” and show piece that you’re getting with a product like this though. RTX 3080 builds (that can’t be mounted on the wall) can sometimes be found for a little cheaper than this listing price, but none of them will come with the aesthetics that this one has, and definitely not a Ryzen 9 5900X.
This is definitely one of those “set it and forget it” type of builds as you shouldn’t need to do anything to this build anytime soon. I would imagine that the first real “need” for an upgrade will come in the form of more storage, and for that you can easily just add another NVMe SSD to one of the open motherboard slots.
Hopefully you all didn’t mind me taking some time to look at a Jawa employee’s build this week, but I think a build like this certainly warrants our attention. Not only is this Ryzen 9 5900X and RTX 3080 build a beautiful attention grabber, but the price of it is also rock solid in terms of value and it should go to a new home here quickly.
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