Here is my first ever build and to my surprise it works! I use it for light photo editing (Photoshop and light room) but mostly game on it. It achieves decent thermals in pretty much all games i own ,things like ETS2 and rust, and will do it at a solid 60fps medium-high setting. It was thrown together in a few hours and I tried my best with cable management. Not a fan of RGB so i went for neutral colours and white lights. My 3D mark score on time spy was 6612. All pictures were taken during a tear down and clean so i apologise for the dust. My Office 2019 key was free because i'm in high school. edit added another identical stick of ram bringing it up to 16GB. edit 2 just added a second monitor.

Part Reviews


Amazing CPU, especially great considering i got it dirt cheap in a sale. Currently clocked at 3.8GHz with the stock cooler.


Great and versatile Mobo, looks great and built like a girder.


looks sleek and is functional.


great piece of kit but i would recommend people get a larger capacity model as i have nearly filled it with just a couple hours of video and a few games.


not had any problems so far and has plenty of room for all my photos and word documents.

Video Card

handles everything i have thrown its way so far and will play every game i own ,usually at a solid 60fps medium-high settings. not a fan of RGB but its pretty minimal on this card anyway.


great looking case and is a dream to build in, compared to my previous cases at least, and is build like a tank.

Power Supply

Nice mesh covered cables and semi-modular design.

Case Fan

they rattle a little bit but apart from some noise they are pretty decent fans.


Crisp and bright with a nice thin bezel, but gets really hot for some reason.


brilliant sharp, bright monitor.


keyboard is a bit mushy and the media keys at the top are constantly getting stuck but I've managed to type this so it must be doing something right.


great headset with a less than stellar mic ,but its got a braided cable.


brilliant pair of speakers would definitely recommend.

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  • 8 months ago
  • 2 points

Nice. Don't bother with an AIO, if you want a better cooler put a Cryorig M9a or arctic freezer 33 on it.

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

ok will do thanks man :)

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

dats hot.

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point


  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

PLease get a mechanical keyboard, once you make the switch, you'll never look at membrane ones again

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