I wanted to create a machine, that would look like a basic workstation / light gaming pc from the outside, but was a monster inside.
Needless to say, I succeeded once again!
Excellent, yet expensive CPU for gaming. It overclocks like a champ.
Beautiful, quiet and efficient. Better than Noctua, for me at least.
Absolutely beautiful design, delicate RGB lighting and great I/O.
Cheap, yet efficient.
THE SPEED, OH GOD THE SPEED. No, seriously, this is fast and reasonably priced.
Cheap, but not so fast SSD. Nothing wrong with that, though.
I seem to have won the silicon lottery this year, because this non-OC card just went up through the roof when overclocking.
2100/8000, check the Unigine scores from extreme 1080p tests.
Cute case with some cute rgb light shining in front. Horrible cable management, tempered glass is wayyyyy too dark. You can't even see what's inside without some bright RGB lights inside the case.
So. Much. Power. But why, you might ask... Well, for future proofing, ofc!
Still better than Vista, amirite?
Been through a lot during these 2 years of torture. Not a single thing has been broken.
Same as the keyboard. Great quality.
Aaaand same as the keyboard and the mice. Great audio.