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I've been wanting to build a computer for about 4 years now, but I had like no money, so after working a summer job I got enough to buy this thing. It's primarily designed for gaming, but occasionally is used as a light workstation. So far it runs most games very smoothly and stays pretty cool. Bought some of the higher-end stuff for relatively painless future upgrading. Only thing I might recommend is a higher storage and 1070 if you have a lot of AAA games, although it's not something I personally need atm.
No problems whatsoever and it goes fast for the right price
Feels a little cheap, but definitely still looks good and functions great so far. For the price I believe there is no better option.
Bios is pretty good, solid feeling cool looking board, would recommend.
Lots of ram that's fast and not ridiculously priced.
1080p smasher, works really well at 100+ fps for most games and some tweaking can handle AAA at 60 fps
Solid case, comes with 2 fans and plenty of room for drives and other case fans. Something maybe bad is the leds and the plastic construction but I'm ok with it and it looks good. Also cable management is kinda a pain as there is not much up and around room so if your into that it might be an issue.
Really good monitor for its price, only problem is it shipped with a few stuck pixels, but this may not be indicative of all monitors
Works very well for the price, definitely not the same as a mechanical, but feels surprisingly good for a membrane. Colors are kinda cool, helps to see in low light.
For the price, great functionality, comfortable, and good sound at least for my untrained ears.