A couple of months back, I got bit by the infamous pc bug. I started off with a reasonable 8700k, 16gb of ram, an ssd and an hdd, and a 1080. Somehow from there, I ended up with the most overkill system I could ever need, and I love it. I use this machine for gaming, streaming, video + photo editing, and some programming. It went pretty smoothly, and with zero prior knowledge, the system itself took me about twelve hours to build and cable manage. For all first time builders out there, please get a magnetic screwdriver. It probably saved me about four hours, no exaggeration. Also, while the corsair ll series looks fantastic, it took me an hour or two to cable manage. Even with that time, my cable management was sub-par, but right now I'm just enjoying my system. I think my LL140 is faulty, though, and I might need to get that replaced. Sorry for the bad picture quality and the stupid name.
So far, this beast is destroying, and with my kraken x72, it's got decent temps.
As of now, the cooler seems to be keeping my 9900k at great temps, but I'm removing one star because of CAM. I've had this pc operational for three days, and it's already shut down my computer for some unknown reason. Looks great though, and was relatively easy to setup.
Great looking motherboard, wifi works pretty well, has an f_panel connector, and it is a very well constructed board. What more could you want? Bios even has an easy mode!
Amazing looking ram, got to 3200 easily after enabling XMP. Especially with the ram price drop, these things are amazing!
So tiny, yet so unbelievably fast.
Great secondry drive, really fast
Beast of a card. Stress tested on unigine at maxed settings 1440p for an hour, never dipped below 200fps, and never above 70c. Costs an arm and a leg though, and at this point, its probably worth waiting for the next flagship.
Beautiful case, and even as a first time builder, cable management was pretty easy.
Cables are a bit hard to work with, but besides for that, it’s perfect.
It's windows. Works well enough for what it is.
I think mine is faulty, so when I RMA it if I get back something that works I'll update the review. As of now, though, the leds are dim and it's barely responsive to rpm changes.
Beautiful RGB and beautiful build! Cables are a bit annoying to manage, but it's definitely possible. However, the lighting node pro was useless for me, as I had a commander pro, and at this price range I think that including a commander pro would be more suitable.
You have not lived until you've played 1440p 165hz. It's a perfect monitor. Mine has no noticeable back light bleed, no dead pixels, nothing. For this time period, where 4k 144hz is largely unachievable, I cannot imagine a more ideal monitor.
Beautiful picture and great colors, but the stand annoys me to no end. Make sure you plan your setup carefully, or get a vesa mount, because the stock stand is incredibly obtrusive.
Love the mx speeds, they're great for typing and gaming. Build quality is pretty good, and the macros are nice to have. The rgb has some dead zones, though, and I don't think my product is faulty. Either way, this should last me a while!
Spectacular productivity mouse, and because I have powerplay, it has no real downside. It's extremely well designed, and is an absolute pleasure to work with.
Probably the best gaming mouse in existence. It's hooked up to powerplay in my setup, and is a dream to play with.
Really comfortable and great sound quality. Some of the best wireless headphones on the market, in my opinion.
It's a great option for an extended mouse pad.
Needed a flash drive, so picked this one up. Does its job, and it's now a bootable windows flash drive if I run into any issues.
Necessary in my setup. Does a good job, but wish its power cable were sata instead of molex, and that the cable would be a bit longer.
Great controller, and runs perfectly with ds4windows.
Completely unnecessary, but made my setup look cleaner.
Well made and very useful!
$60 is a steep price just to run some rgb fans, but it works.