Building my First PC in the IQUNIX-ZX1 Case

In this post, I will share some helpful tips and tricks that I learned while building my first PC. I was inspired to build this PC after watching some desk setup videos1 featuring the IQUNIX ZX-1 case, and I ended up purchasing the case and a few other components (detailed below). 💪 Disclaimer: I will not delve into the step-by-step process of building the PC. Instead, I will chronologically list tips I found helpful during the build. These tips were not included in the user manuals and were only discovered through Reddit threads and YouTube videos. Also note that the PC was the first PC I've ever built, so any of the following tips may be redundant if you've had previous PC-building experience. If you decide to use some of the same computer parts, I recommend to Ctrl-f those computer parts and read all the relavent sections with those computer parts before building. Computer Parts Here are my ingredients: Case: IQUNIX ZX-1Mobo: Asus ROG Strix B550-ICPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900XRAM: G. Skill Ripjaws V Series…

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An Opening Letter from 77.66.

Dear Reader, For my blogging journey, I hope to journal and blog in parallel. From my limited 1-day experience, I find that they complement each other nicely: journaling incites ideas for my blog posts and vice versa. The following is a compilation of the thoughts I'm having while attempting to write a second paragraph: (1) Transitioning between different topics is difficult. Yet sometimes transitions are not necessary. Maybe schools teach the idea of transitioning between topics to train the skill in connecting disparate ideas together. (2) I know that beautiful pieces of writing are sculpted through several iterations, and that the first draft is just to get ideas on the page, but there's still something holding me back. Maybe it's the thought that the writing style I have now is the writing style that will be expected from me for the rest of my posts. No. Maybe it's just the fear of others judging me through me writing; the fear that others do not have an outlook of me that I want them to have;…


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