Sold the CPU, RAM, and motherboard and changed over to a ryzen 3 1200.
Oh I miss the beauty of the krait series motherboard.
My first build. I use it for light to medium(?) gaming. If I had the money for this build I could have done much better but I only spent about half the price on this as I stole some parts (CPU, Wireless Card, RAM, SSD, and HDD) out of a pre-built. Overall worked out almost well . Odd problem of any memory put in the the 3rd and 4th DIMM slot becomes locked as hardware reserved. I cant find a software problem any ware but I believe this is a CPU problem as it has done the same thing with a different board and different RAM, also it may have a couple of broken pins.
Pardon the, in retrospect, terrible (no idea what i was thinking with the 24 pin cable) cable managing. Most cables have been actually routed now
Great for my use and not too expensive although they are 7 years old.
Keeps the CPU 20 degrees cooler than my stock cooler.
Apparently one of best but i have nothing to compare it to
Looks great and gets the job done although the north bridge gets a little hot.
Matches my motherboard and performs great.
Amazingly fast compared to a hard drive.
Used to contain my OS but upgraded to SSD. Its alright for a steam library.
Used to upgrade from a GT 720. Way better performance.
Looks great and lots of space plus removable parts.
Supplies all the power i need with a lot to spare.
Nothing beats it in my opinion.
Wireless Network Adapter
Cheap wireless card. Cant really ask for more.
Cheap RGB lighting. Cant really go wrong.