Last build was 3 years old, so thought I was time to upgrade. Unfortunately for me as well as a lot of others damn miners jacked up prices for the GTX 1060-1080ti to high for me to afford right now so I got a 1050ti 4gb until prices come down and I can put in a 1080ti. Built this mostly to game, I play games like fortnite, War Thunder, World of Tanks, Stellaris, CS, and a few more. I am running a 1920x1080p Benq XL24II @144hz for my gaming monitor and am able to crank all settings in my games to max without dropping any frames for the most part (Sometimes I will dip below 100 on Fortnite, but never for more than a few seconds). Love everything about this build and have no real complaints. Would recommend this to anyone who whats everything from top Performance to ALL THE RGB! As long as you are only gaming in 1920x1080p !!! FPS may suffer at 4k so just keep that in mind as I have not tested it myself...
Thxs for Reading, SYM-J
(Also this is not the same case I have on the parts list, but PCPP does not have the one I went with. I ended up using the PANTEKS P300 Tempered Glass ATX mid Tower. Really easy to build in except for the top left corner gets crowed fast, Especially with my Radiator. Was able to get this case on Amazon for $50)
Zero Instability, was able to overclock to 4.2HHz no problem, great CPU if you are only going to be Gaming and doing light work.
Would have given 5 stars if not for the fact the instrutions did not help much and had to finger it all out on my own. Keeps my Intel Core i5 7600k 3.8ghz quad core (OC to 4.2GHz) @ a respectable 52°-55°c under-load.
Works great Decent BIOS, only complaint is most of RGB gets covered by components.
Great Speed; Great RGB... Need I say More
Its a SSD... Its Fast...
No complaints and that's all i need in a HDD
Will run any Game I've played at over 100fps np w/ settings maxed. (running at 1920x1080)
It works well
My favorite RGB fans I own