I built this pc for multiple reasons. I play minecraft, gta 5, cs:go, and i'm planning on getting into cad. I am planning on buying a graphics card soon, not sure which one but i am planning on going with a 1080 or 1080 ti but i don't know which is more suited for my needs and which has the best price per performance. My mechanical hard drives are atrocious and i know it, i have my gta and 7 days to die installed on my ssd and the rest of my bigger files on my 7200rpm 80gb and 7200 rpm 500gb drive.. My ram was just the cheap choice i choose when i built my last pc and i just bought myself another 4gb of ram brand new. I have my cpu overclocked to 4.7ghz along with my ram at 2700mhz. Plus the case was a dream to build in, but the cords had to be finessed into certain slots and it was quite a struggle to do some things, but other than that it was a dream. Power supply is enough for now and i will certainly be getting a new one(hopefully fully modular) when i get my gpu.
This lil beast at 4.5ghz runs almost everything at almost no hassle, only thing that raises the temps in the slightest are the stress tests or heavy gaming.
Keeps my 8700k cool, and it's a cpu cooler. What more can i say except it is a jet engine when on full load.
Bios is very well laid out, easy overclocking. although i wish the HD audio port was closer to the right.
Its ram, what more can i say? i got it at $80 almost two years ago and it hasn't failed me since.
Works blazing fast, the outside is a little flimsy from how i felt it at first but what do you expect at the price i got it at? speeds are the exact as they described them and there is a big difference from the load times of this and my 5400rpm wd green drives. money well spent.
Are terrible. I mean if you need a decent storage drive they are ok for daily tasks for but gaming i recommend you atleast go with a 7200rpm drive that is sata 3.
Works amazing but i wish i had a ssd. But beggars can't be choosers when stealing out of old computers.
Easy to work in, but constant moving is a bit of a hassle because it is a little bit heavy with everything in it but is recommende.
Its a power supply, what can i say except that i forgot to send in the mail in rebate form when i bought this. but if you have a low wattage cpu and are planning on going with a 1050 ti then you should be fine. But otherwise forget this and get a 550 or 650.