Wireless Network Adapter
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This is my first experience with building a computer, so it took about two days to build. I use this game primarily for gaming, but later on it will become my all around computer. So far, I have loved everything, it has run any game I've thrown at it on max settings (with the exception of DayZ). Also, I apologize for the poor picture quality, I took them on my iPod. Overall, I love the build and am extremely proud of myself for it. Also, the peripherals are listed as $0.00 because of a deal I made with my family, and the monitor I already owned.
Awesome, it has kept good temperatures for me, and runs what I need it to. At 3.5 GHz, it does not bottleneck my GPU. I will overclock soon.
Now before you go saying that I installed this the way it is (fan facing down), it was a pain in the butt to install (probably because of my lack of experience) and I will be changing it later. Other than that, it keeps the CPU cool and does what I need it to do.
Good motherboard for the price, my only issues are that the I/O shield was a nuisance and that the width is only 9 inches, so it doesn't reach the third set of mounts.
Cheap, fast, reliable brand, and it looks sick.
For an HDD, this thing is fast, plus it was already formatted when I installed Windows, so it allowed a quick, easy install.
Despite the 3.5 GB controversy, I still decided to get this card and I have not been let down yet. It runs every game I play extremely smoothly, and it also has the revised ACX 2.0 cooler design, so that's nice.
This case was cheap, and even though it isn't the quietest and the front panel headers take up the top drive slot, it's still a very good quality and nice buy.
Decent price, 80+ Gold, and fully modular. Only minor issue is that the cables are slightly stiff.
Cheap, it works, and it installed windows.
Extremely fast, easier to navigate than Windows 8, and easy to install.
Decent connection, but it only runs at 2.4 GHz, but at this price it is a given. Will be upgrading soon.
Keeps good airflow and looks cool
I got this on sale for $150, and oh was it worth it. This monitor is incredibly smooth at 144Hz and I havent experienced any screen tearing. Cheapest 144Hz monitor on the market, but extremely good quality.
It is a very good-feeling mouse. It feels extremely comfortable on my larger hand and the Razer Synapse software is extremely easy to use. HOWEVER, the left button has cracked on both Deathadders that I have had.