Description

Hi Everyone,

Little Description

  • This was my first build, The intent was pretty much just for Gaming. Don't plan on overclocking much, untill the system isn't strong enough, then probably I'll give it a try. I've spent pretty much an entire year saving money for this baby ;D
  • On the pictures the color scheme doesn't appear as good as it is in real life. D: By the name of it you can guess that this build involves deep red, orange and yellow colors :D

Difficulties

  • This case is amazing, but it was difficult to maneuver around. I mean that's what you get for buying a mid-tower. Compactibility comes with a little price.

  • Although possible, yet very difficult to fit Corsair H100i v2 in this tower.

  • One of the USB 3.0 ports on the case didn't work (I Don't blame Corsair, shi-t happens), i didn't want to return it because the system was already built and cable management took me 2-3 hours.

  • The monitor has SUPER beautiful colors, yet IT BURNS THROUGH MY EYES, so bright, i couldn't really do much about it.

What worked well

  • LET ME TELL YOU, I didn't know that games can be so beautiful :D

  • I LOVE the Possibility to open my side panel on the case, I do that, because WHY NOT.

  • This keyboard is a NATIONAL TREASURE. At first i was like Isn't 120$ too much for a keyboard? But after a few minutes of using it, IT WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT.

    If you are wondering, Yes, i typed this whole thing using my new keyboard, it was magnificent.

  • P.S. I Apologize for my english mistakes, not my first language.

Part Reviews

CPU Cooler

Good Cooler, yet tubes are very difficult to maneuver around.

Video Card

Amazing video Card, kind of heavy, tends to lean a little bit, but still a 5-star.

Case

Slick looking case, simple, but elegant.

Monitor

Amazing colors, brilliant design, yet TOOOO DAM BRIGHT. I wish there was a way to decrease the brightness of the whites.

Comments

  • 30 months ago
  • 2 points

Can afford 2200 dollar computer

Cannot afford 60 dollar desk chair

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

Turn your radiator fans around to intake air.