Made completely for gaming, I have a separate computer for work. Very strict budget of 600 dollars. Got the processor for free so I built the computer around that. Got the MOBO and the RAM used and got the Operating System for free through my school. Had the Keyboard and Mouse from another computer I used to have. Planning on upgrading CPU and maybe SSD in the future, but runs games like Fallout 4 surprisingly well. When I have free time, I'll try overcloaking, but not too much.
Got this CPU for free, but worth its retail. Will upgrade in the future, but right now, I believe it's worth what it costs. Pleased with the performance.
Keeps my CPU a little too cool when I was stress testing it so I thought something was off, but apparently it handles lower watt CPU's like a champ. Used it because my case has a bit of a clearance issue, but I'm very pleased with the performance.
I love this motherboard, but one of the SATA 6 ports makes it to where I can't use the fan port in the front. That was bad planning on my side, but still. Overall 4/5. Lots of ports for everything.
It does it's job. Nuff Said.
Alot of my friends steered clear of Sandisk, but I gave them a shot. Used as a boot drive, I'm surprised by it's boot speed and I've had zero problems so far.
I love the dual HDMI's and the RGB. Used it for a month and it's taken everything I've thrown at it like a champ.
Other than a CPU cooler clearance issue, I love this case. Love the PSU shroud and personally I love the simple, clean lines look. Just keep in mind the CPU clearance. It can get tight.
The cables that came with it were all black so that really cleaned up the look of my case. It's more wattage than I needed and it hasn't died yet so what else can you ask for.
Extremely quiet. Moves Air well. Lights up my case. 5 stars.