This PC is the very first one I ever built: the PC is specifically for gaming. It was extremely fun building this, just like an advanced lego set. Everything went extremely smooth, I had no components that were DOA and everything booted up fast. I tried my best when it came to cable management, and it's not so bad if I do say so myself. For Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, I was able to play at 1080p, 60fps on high/ultra settings. The hardest part was installing the cpu cooler. For the love of God, it took me a solid 20 minutes trying to set all the screws in so that they all were equally screwed into the bracket. Since it was my first build, I would obsessively, like a **** of ton of times, touch my psu to ground myself. I have ocd when it comes to double checking everything I do: for example, I'd screw in the m3 standoff screws and then untighten and retighten the screws to make sure it wasn't too tight. Even when buying my components, I'd double check to see if the shipping address was correct XD. My idle temperatures were relatively low even after hours of having lightweight programs running, and I think my temps under load weren't too high. Overall, I've been happy with this build and it runs almost anything I throw at at a solid 1080p 60fps.
UPDATE: Bought a Corsair K65 Lux RGB keyboard and the Logitech G502 about a month ago. the K65 and G502 are well worth the money. The lighting is bright but not hard on the eyes.
Great cpu. The 6 cores and 12 threads are killer at it's price point. 10/10, would buy again.
RGB is a great feature. Aesthetically, this mobo is top notch and super sexy. There are a lot of great features like VR ready/ boost. Everything is great, however there are only 4 sata ports and the m.2 slot placement isn't very good: heating could be an issue for the m.2 slot. Overall, extremely easy bios to navigate and has some great features. The price is a bit steep since you could spend an extra $10 for an ASRock x370 mobo.
Bought it for around $68.99 on Amazon. Nothing to complain about.
Windows 10 boots up extremely fast. And for $60, there's nothing to complain about; it's an SSD.
No issues, $50 for 1TB, so not expensive at all.
Sexy RGB and it just looks amazing. Core clock at 1425mhz, and extremely quiet and runs super cool. The fans doesn't start up until it's under heavy load.
For $90, you get premium features. 3-speed fan controller, led control, reset button. Sound-proofing panels, a rgb led strip, removable hdd cage, rubber grommets, and Velcro-straps for cable management. Lastly, you get a sexy tempered glass window with blacked out perimeters. A lot of room for airflow, etc. Great features and design at a great price point when compared to other tempered glass cases.
100% Japanese capacitors, 650w 80+ gold, fully modular, SLI and Cross-fire ready, OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, and SCP. Runs super quiet and there's an ECO control fan system. All of this for only $80 - $90. Worth the buy.