This is a great PC to build if you want a good performance and pay a good price. The price also include OS and a decent monitor.

Part Reviews


Great for the price. 4 cores for 190 buck is great.


Decent motherboard. Good looking, ATX, and fairly cheap. The only negative is you cannot overclock with this. However, I cannot OC with my processor anyway, so it was not really a problem.


Great ram, with nice aesthetics. Nothing more than your average RAM.


Lightning fast! Loads windows in around 7 seconds.


Also a bang for the buck. 1tb for 50 bucks is something you cannot pass up on.

Video Card

Nice video card. The red/black color is pleasing to look at. There is a slight GPU sag, but it does not bother me.


Best case hands down. It has a window, plenty of drive cages, and it comes with two fans. It also comes in a variety of colors. Great for cable management

Power Supply

No problems with it so far. No coil whine. This is one of the cheapest PSUs you can get with all black cables and it's modular, so that is a plus.

Operating System

Windows 10 never fails. I have been using this OS for years and it has never let me down once.

Wireless Network Adapter

Although this is cheap. it is not great for wifi. It says my PC is connected to my wifi, however the internet still didn't work. So I opted for the good old ethernet cable and it worked fast. Never trusting small, usb wifi adapters ever again.


Great monitor for its price. 1080 resolution, DVI-D port,and VGA port.. Downside is it doesn't have an HDMI port or speakers. It is till a great monitor though.

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  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

Holycow GPU sag lol. Might wanna redo the 2 screws at the left side of the card to try and hold it up better as its not that heavy of a video card.

As for the CPU the i5-7500 is listed at $188 instead of $190 and is 200mhz faster. The i5-6500 is the old skylake model from early 2016 and the b250 chipset from your motherboard can natively support the kabylake model.

Great build overall though.

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

Umm check the tightness on those screws and check you PCIE slot, that is a boat load of sag

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

I fixed my GPU and it still sags a bit. i don't know if it is too much. I pushed it up the farthest it could go and then I also tightened all the screws too. An update pic is posted. The second pic is before i adjusted the GPU. The last pic is the adjusted version.

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

go ryzen

  • 17 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm planning to get the mobo and ram I got the i5 6500. Just wondering how has this combo been for you? Did you run into any problems?

Does the mobo have led's too