I needed an upgrade from Intel HD Graphics...
edit: got a cheap side monitor, will take new pics later...
Overclocked to 4.0ghz.
Looks great, cools great. Ryzen 5 2600 at 4.0Ghz has 32°C idle and 45°C under 100% load with an aggressive fan curve. Very impressive!
Motherboard came Ryzen 2000 Ready. Had to color in the standby LED with a marker to make it dimmer. Wish I had more control over USB in S4 and S5 power states.
A bit expensive but well worth the price. Fast and beautiful ram.
I've been using Linux on this drive and have no problems.
Cheap boot drive. Windows boots at around 10 seconds.
Works with no problems... Faster than I thought.
Gets over 144fps for most of the games I play on 1080p. A bit of coil whine in certain games, but any noise cancelling headset makes that inaudible. The fans however, are deafening compared to everything else in my PC.
Easy to build in. Love the rubber grommets.
A bit hard for me to route the SATA cables, but it's probably just me or this specific case. Nearly silent.
Not as vibrant colors as a QLED display but fits the great price.
I was able to set mine to 72hz without overclocking it, making it a really good secondary monitor if you already have a 144hz refresh rate one. You don't need to deal with the 144hz 60hz dual monitor stutter problems since the frame buffer is in sync because 72 divides evenly into 144.
Great monitor. I was a bit skeptical at first due some reviews saying it had a purple artifact issue. Glad to find out mine didn't.
Got mine with red switches. Very sturdy build quality. Comes with software allowing for easier customization compared to the previous generations.
Looks great. Included weights allow it to feel like my old wireless mouse that had batteries.
Really impressive bass despite being open backed. Pretty good soundstage with ok imaging. At first the clamp force was a bit too strong, but after being broken in for a few weeks, it's pretty comfortable.