Initial Setup & The Lights
Getting the system setup for the first time is extremely easy. Since the system comes with a keyboard and mouse the only thing that you need to provide is a display. Once you have everything connected just power the system on. On initial boot the system will ask you to create a Windows login etc. Once you are into Windows you’ll notice that there is not any bloatware or anything like that. The only real piece of software that is installed in the GeForce Experience.
When you first turn the system on you’ll notice the front streak on the case lights up red, as well as the first fan on the AiO.
There is an RGB strip installed inside the case. It won’t turn on at first (at least it did not for us). Using the supplied remote you can turn it on, change colors, and select different modes like flash, strobe, fade, etc.
Before we get into testing lets go ahead and run CPU-Z to confirm all of our hardware. As you can see the system is powered by a Core i7-8700K, GeForce GTX 1070, and 16GB of DDR4.