OcUK Oxygen Overclocked System Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅17-02-18
Closer Look (Internals)
As you can see, OcUK have done a great job with the internals and colour coding. The PSU sits at the top, with all excess cables hidden away by the PSU shroud. Overall appearance inside is excellent.

The entire system is run by the AORUS Z370 Ultra Gaming motherboard. This motherboard features a pair of M.2 slots and a trio of PCI-E slots with Crossfire/SLI support.

The AMD Radeon RX VEGA 56 graphics card uses a “standard” blower type cooler, useful for exhausting heat out of the case but relies on better overall case airflow to provide good cooling over long periods.

You can also see the stylish heatsink over the motherboard’s southbridge as well as metal shielding around the PCI-E slots. One of the 6 SATA3.0 ports are currently occupied, allowing a further 5 drives to be added to the system. The case has support for another 3.5” HDD as well as 4 2.5” HDD/SSDs.

Cooling the Intel Core i5 8600K CPU is the OcUKTech Labs 240mm All-In-One liquid cooling solution. The 8600K has been overclocked from the base clock of 3.6GHz all the way to 4.8GHz, providing excellent multi-thread performance and even better single-threaded power.

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