First build, horrible cable management, I'm sorry...
Anyways, I gave myself a 1600$ budget for the PC itself, and this is what I scrapped up. I did buy a 1080ti used, but since it didn't work, I didn't want to try my luck again, and just got a 2070 new.
Works pretty well so far, had a issue with the board (Reset cmos fixed it). Probably normal but the hard drive took about 4 hours to format. The case and my case fans did not like each other... Had to do some creative maneuvering to get the fans in an acceptable position. The 2 fans on the front (Arctic p14) I could place in 2 screws, but the other screws don't line up, so they are secured by zip tie and 2 screws. The bottom fan had the same issue (Arctic p14). The prolimatech fans... Really had to be messed with to get in. I poked small screw-sized holes through the dust filter (sorry) to get the fans mounted. That was made harder because those fans arrived late, and I had to squeeze them in behind the huge NH-D15 CPU cooler (Which works pretty well). Rear Noctua fan was placed in fine. Trying to put on the front fans was a bit scary... The front of the case come off, you just have to pull it out, I thought there was screws, and spent a while looking for the screws. The LED on top of the case is quite bright, but placing something on top fixes it.
Great CPU, was able to OC it to have basically the same performance of a 2700x.
Had an issue, but reset CMOS fixed it. 4 stars because I didn't realize some of the SATA 6GB/S share bandwidth with M.2 or PCIE shots. Not an issue in the end when I realized I placed my SSD in M.2_2 instead of M.2_1
Cheap, works at advertised speeds, good enough for me.
Cheap, works, works well.
It's a hard drive, not expecting blazing fast speeds, but it's still pretty good storage.
I would give it a 4.5, it works well as a graphics card, good as an rtx 2070, but the only issue is that it is the loudest thing in my build at full load... But everything in my build is quite quiet, including this graphics card.
Well, I had issues placing my fans in, not too much spacing but it works. It's doing what it's supposed to be as an case.
It works, no issues so far, it was overkill but hey, overkill on PSU isn't bad.
The screw mounting positions did not really work for my case, everything else is good.
Mounting issues with case, works well otherwise.
Hey, it works.
Cheap, works well, cool red LED (Could be turned off).
It's a nice mouse, works for me, on the fly dpi change is good for checking what works for you.
It works, except I didn't see the mute mic button, and spent a while trying to figure out why the mic wasn't working...
It's a splitter cable.
Mouse pad that is compatible..
Yay windows 10. Quick enough.