I built this monster for the experience of working with Open Loop Water Cooling.... well that was part of it. I wanted to have something that I could essentially do EVERYTHING with. Watch anime/movies when I wanted to just relax and not game. Then on the flipside when I'm ready to melt faces or build and destroy a whole civilization I could do that. I'm really happy with how this turned out. I just wish I picked a better case it might look better though once i get it on the wall where it will find it's permanent home. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/11717239 https://www.3dmark.com/spy/4852709
Get's pretty hot after 5ghz haven't had it run above 61c yet on 5ghz after a 5 hour stress test.
Beautiful board. Lots of great features LOVE the aesthetics of this board. The added VRM Water Block ties right into my water loop and I love being able to see more of the blue fluid running in my system.
Expensive not sure it was worth it. Probably going to replace with a Trident RGB set soon but it does what it's supposed to haven't tried overclocking any further or even tightening timings maybe eventually.
Speedy m.2 small size and expensive when i purchased it. But it boots windows really fast and programs run off it really quick as well.
Fast expensive at the time of purchase but these drives are now 2 years old and still holding up really well.
I didn't know these existed till i found this on amazon and the price to performance for a little HDD is great.
Rather fast for a Mechanical Drive and lots of storage points off for being incredibly expensive.
Overclocking like a champ after swapping bios runs games really well and would say it was worth the money to me.
Just a beast of a unit does a great job stays silent works wonders for what I'm using it for just an overall great PSU.
Bloatware bloatware bloatware.
Not bad image quality for a cheap 4k display.
Really great gaming 4k monitor even on my old 1080 this thing with Gsync made it seem like there was no FPS loss what so ever.