ManMachine is my first ever PC build, the idea came to me one day last summer and since then I've been biding my time and doing as much research as I can. There were many obstacles to overcome, most of them were budget related. It started with a really insanely high budget, which produced a 4k gaming machine, however since my father was financing the whole thing we came to blows. Eventually I came to this build here, I wanted to keep it small so as to be able to move it around somewhat. The goal of this build is to be able to run games at the highest settings, something that's not been a problem thus far. I'd also intended to stream and edit videos which is where the i7 comes in handy, also for that epeen. I built this in the UAE so some prices were cheaper and some were actually more expensive but it evened out.
Silent, over clocks like a champion, runs everything I throw at it in 2560x1080. Fantastic card and looks sick as hell. Comes with a nice solid backplate and a custom black PCB. All this makes the card a joy to own.
Great case, fits everything I need, a bit bigger than I expected but that's not a problem. The build quality is great, feels solid and nice.
Pretty damn quiet. 11/10
Great monitor, great colours. Not much else to say about it.
Great keyboard, the orange switches aren't too different from browns and its a great typing experience. Don't use synapse often if at all so I can't take off points for that.
Great mouse, however it creaks and makes noise when I press on it. Seems build quality isn't as great as it should be, but its been a champ thus far.