My new budget gaming PC. Also my first ever build. It was honestly a nightmare! First FedEx lsent my parts to Tue wrong city. Then I wound up with bad Gigabyte Motherboard with bent pins in the CPU socket. Also DOA RAM! So a trip to Fry's later, and replacing the faulty parts from Newegg. (Never buying from there again)
Haven't gotten my internet yet so the only thing I've played at the moment was Command and Conquer three which don't even phase it even during the most rediculos battles.
Glad to be back to PC gaming though.
Wasn't the processor I was originally gonna buy. But I'm happy with it so far does what I need it to do
Decent layout for a cheap board. Dies what it should. The red LED under the board were nice and fit my theme. The little EZ diagnostic light is also nice.
It's RAM. Does the RAM thing
Still one of the best mechanical drives I've ever owned. My old one is also installed its been going for 5 years
Haven't had an AMD card in ages but this one seems good so far. I'll update when I actually put it through a new game and not just CnC 3
Case looks great. The drive area was super cramped. It was really hard to plug everything into the PSU. Cable management is decent. Mine looks like his noodleyness live inside that's because I'm lazy.
Looks great can't even hear them. The only noise from my case is when Tue Optical drive is running.
Only gripe with this is the lights on the keyboard won't turn on on boot so I'm basically stuck with permanent scroll lock.
I'm no audiophile or anything but this is by far the best sounding set of headphones I've ever owned in this price range. Haven't tested the Mic yet will update when I do