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Here's my buddy and I's first build. It started off as a joke part list that we referred to as "The Minecraft Machine", a strict budget build. As time went on, we got more and more into computers and we became more serious about this endeavor. we decided to make it a computer with the most "bang for your buck", but caved in on a few more expensive parts. Also, we chose parts that could run more than just Minecraft (although it does run that at 2,000 FPS now given the right circumstances). We got it up and running without any serious issues and it exceeded our expectations. It runs GTA V at 60fps with a mix of high and very high settings.
Works great, we achieved a modest overclock with the silent stock cooler.
BIOS is easy to use, looks awesome, and the cheapest motherboard from our parametric filter. It only has 2 fan headers and 2 ram slots, which honestly it should have 4 of both.
Didn't have an option for 2800 MHz in the BIOS, so it is under-clocked. However it looks and works great.
Fast and cheap. Boots Windows in a few seconds.
I harvested this from an old PC for a Steam Library, so it was free. Slow, but does its job.
The 1050ti is a great budget card in general. I don't think I'd recommend this over another 1050ti. Get what looks good to you.
Looks great, but terrible cable management. Its a two man job to get the back panel on...
Great PSU, works fine, looks great, but its probably worth a few extra bucks for modularity.
Great packaging, comes with two extensions. Moderate and satisfying hum.
Beautiful display, looks great with the rest of my setup, colors are bright and shapes are crisp, great viewing angles. My one complaint is that there's a super powerful magnet in the base for "holding paperclips".... Luckily it's easily removable by unscrewing 4 screws on the bottom of the base.
Quiet and satisfying. LED's are bright.