I recreated the specs of the pre-built that I bought from Amazon several years ago. Pretty much used entirely for gaming but I do a little bit of video editing on it.
Might actually upgrade it again one day but right now I'm planning a new computer build to replace this one with a $2,000 budget.
UPDATE 11/29/2019: My new computer is finally complete, so once I get Wi-Fi again I can move things over to that one and retire this one as my primary computer.
It plays games pretty decently so it's still good.
Not much to say about it other then I wish I had a better motherboard with more DIMM slots and the ability to do Crossfire.
It works like it's supposed to.
Very reliable hard drive for me. Too bad I've used up 99% of the available space on it.
Runs really hot under full load (90 degrees Celsius average) and is starting to fall behind modern graphics cards in terms of performance in games. The base clock on the product page is lower than the base clock on my R9 280X though, so maybe that's why.
Fairly portable but mine gets really dusty so I have to clean it eventually. Mine has the iBUYPOWER logo on it since the computer is a pre-built using this case.
Mine has lasted about 3 years so far so it's reliable at the moment. Also the cables are sleeved.
Reads and writes disks, just like it is supposed to do.
Windows 7 is fantastic, even if Home Premium limits you to 16 GB of RAM.
If you don't mind 60 Hz then this monitor is perfect.
EDIT: I just realized that it says it has HDMI when mine clearly doesn't.
It works great for me but sometimes the lights on the keyboard won't light up for stuff like caps lock and the RGB won't always work. Usually fixed by simply unplugging and plugging it back in.