I could never get into pc gaming because the most powerful pc I owned was a laptop with a dual core i5 with hyperthreading enabled. I usually play games on my ps4 but I decided to build myself a nice gaming rig. A lot of planning went into this. With planning, I mean spending hundreds of hours on tech youtube channels. Planning and building were incredibly fun and I'd do it again if I had the chance. So far, I had no problems with the build. The Ryzen CPU and 1070 perform nicely and I had no major issues with the hardware.
I honestly can't complain about this piece of nicely manufactured hardware. The performance in everyday tasks and games is great and overclocking with the stock cooler works fine as well. The best aspect is the price though. You'll get a good bang-for-the-buck out of this CPU.
Fairly cheap and nice looking. It has everything I needed. Only gripe I have is the RAM support. I bought 16GB of 3000 Mhz Ripjaws V and the highest I got was 2666 on both RAM sticks.
Nothing to complain about. Works with my Ryzen 5 1600.
Obviously using this as my boot drive and the longest it took me to get to the desktop was like 4 seconds or even less.
Nicley priced and does what it should.
Got this card for a good price on ebay despite the whole mining craze going on. Temperatures are decent and the performance is beyond what I expected. Great graphics card.
I had lots of fun building in this case. It's sturdy, has plenty of room for cable management and lots of cooling options.
It works. Got nothing in particular to say about it. I had a bit of trouble with the cables but it was to be expected from a non-modular PSU.
Does what it should. No stutter or random connection drops. And it can handle my blazing fast 10Mb connection.