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This machine was built for a friend of mine, he wanted to be able to Edit videos, Play any game that comes out at max settings, and do so under 3 thousand dollars. This build was very simple, as its my 5th build. The only thing that would qualify as a mishap was the Bios on the AM4 Crosshair. Its a pain in the but to setup if yours doesn't ship with the most recent update. But other than that, it was nerve wracking because of the price tag. When a single video card costs as much as your entire build you tend to get nervous about applying force to get it into the slot. I managed a modest overclock on the 1700 to 3.4 before shipping it off. Shipping this 56 pound behemoth was as much as $148.00 through Fedex and it arrived without a scratch! But I'll shut up now. Heres some pictures!
Rock solid and a hell of a bargain.
LOVE this thing. Its easier to install over a push pull Corsair equivalent and the Lad's looks amazing.
Would add another star If the bios wasn't a bear to work with and if the Motherboard had another USB 2.0 slot. It only has 1. I needed 3. Has to buy the NZXT 2.0 Hub.
Solid modestly overclocked good looking memory.
I was surprised on the weight of an ssd. It weighs about as much as a phone case. Guess I'm just a noob.
It works, its cheap for the price to Mb comparison.
BEAST! If you have the money I recommend this thing hands down.
The only thing I have to knock this case is the clasps on the back for cable management are a bit flimsy at least when I got them, and when you install a HDD in the drive bays below you need to do it BEFORE you put in you PSU. Otherwise its unreachable. Otherwise, beautiful case!
See, on amazon I ordered the 750 G2 but I got the 750 G.... Otherwise the G is solid. Cables look pretty good for oem cables aswell.
The daisy chain is a bit confusing.. but once you consult the manual after swearing for a good 20 minutes they work!