Greetings PC Building Enthusiasts!
After taking a bit of a break from making budget builds I finally accumulated enough parts to slap something together for an appealing price point. I sold this build to a family who's son wanted to get into PUBG and Fortnite, it plays both games extremely well with the relatively high clocked i3-4360 and GTX 770 which still plays most AAA titles extremely well in 1080p. It originally had 4GB of RAM when I sold it but the buyer recently upgrade to 8GB to run PUBG better, gotta love those memory intensive games lol I also slapped a magnetic LED strip from Bitfenix in there to add to the "gaming" aesthetic that the GTX 770 gives off.
Not much to really note here, it's not an ultra high-end PC but it gets the job done for gaming on a budget and looks good to boot!
One thing that did surprise me though was the case, I loved how easy the Cougar case was to work with and had no issues with cable management or airflow. It regularly dips down into the $30-$40 price range and I think it's a steal considering similar Corsair cases are more expensive and aren't as easy to build with.
Feel free to leave any comments/questions and I'll try to reply, thanks for reading!