Built: December 21, 2018
|Specs||Part Name||Additional Info / OC|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 5 2600X||6c/12t, PBO @ 4.25 GHz|
|Cooler||Corsair H60 2018||120mm AIO|
|GPU||EVGA RTX 2070 XC Gaming||8GB VRAM, +120 Core Overclock|
|Mobo||ASUS Prime X470 Pro||ATX AM4|
|Ram||G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB||DDR4-3200, OC @ 3466 MHz|
|SSD||HP EX920 1TB||M.2 NVME|
|Case||Corsair Carbide 275R||ATX, Mid Tower, Tempered Glass|
|PSU||EVGA Supernova G3 650W||80+ Gold, Fully Modular|
|Monitor||Acer XF270HUA 27"||1440p 144hz, IPS|
Boards: Boosted Mini S, Acton Blink SLike many electric skateboarders, I was inspired by Casey Neistat's vlogs in New York City. Somehow he could ride his Boosted Board down the street, flying past cars, and be able to film it at the same time. My first board wasn't a Boosted though, as these were expensive and I didn't even know if I'd be any good at riding. However, once I fell in love with the sport, I reserved myself a Boosted Mini S on launch day.
Eventually, I'd like to try a Onewheel.