Built using the parts from my upgraded previous PC. RAM was DOA, gonna RMA it. The case is by far the most painfully hard to work in, especially with the motherboard I chose. On that topic, the included antenna are impossible to screw down tight enough, so they just fall down flat onto the desk. This doesn't seem to affect signal strength however, but it still looks dumb.
Almost the same as a 4770K, minus overclocking and Intel HD Graphics. Very good for gaming, and equally as good for hosting servers or editing video/3D modeling.
Excellent GPU at the time, now aging. Does have an annoying amount of coil whine when FPS isn't capped or goes beyond 170FPS, particularly in unoptimized games and loading screens.
Pros: Very small formfactor, great aesthetics, intelligent design. Unique power supply setup, allowing for a 3.5in HDD to be mounted. Interesting mounting method for the graphics card, mounting it with a 90 degree angle brace, which also acts as a mount for two 2.5in drives.
Neutral: Includes three magnetic dust filters, and every screw in the universe.
Cons: LITERALLY ZERO labels in manual or on the bag that every screw comes in. Literally every screw is mixed together, and not even the manual labels what type need to go where. Painful to work in, especially around the HDD/PSU bracket's left side, where the cables for the front panel connectors interfere with screw holes. VERY little space for error with cable management, very difficult to keep cables out of fans as well. Case gets -HOT- with the default fan setup. Recommend the GPU fan to be left as is, and the CPU area fan to be reversed to pull air out of the case. Case comes without any exhaust fans whatsoever. Manual is very barebones, leaving me with plenty of questions. YOUR FINGERS WILL BE SORE AFTER BUILDING IN THIS, WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES SINCE IT HAS PLENTY OF SHARP CORNERS THAT YOU WILL CUT YOURSELF ON, EVEN IF YOU'RE CAREFUL.