Gaming setup used for playing games at 1440p 144Hz. Looks nice.
Good value for 6 cores with hyper-threading and a good overclocker. Did well on the silicon lottery and boosted him up to 4.1 with 1.36.
Low profile and looks nice but still cools well enough even with a good overclock because of a large pillar of copper in the center along with many fins.
Neutral black with gray accents. Goes well with the setup and has all of the features I need and none that I don't. Has good VRM cooling as well and the motherboard doesn't get very toasty.
Actually have the grey colored kit but couldn't find. Tried overclocking before and the RAM acted funny and didn't play well with my motherboard. I now keep it at 2400Mhz and it is fine.
Good SSD for my operating system (Windows 10) and my favorite games.
Works fine and is good for mass storage.
I put it on the OC mode using Gigabyte's software. The RGB on this model is nice and the backplate is a nice touch. Cooling is good probably because of the 3 fan model.
Relatively small for a standard ATX build but generous with the interior room for housing components. Can fit a pretty large GPU such as my 1070 Ti. Cooling is good and many locations to install fans.
EVGA has great warranty support and I bought a 650W 80+ Gold unit for future upgradeability when the Ryzen 3000 series releases.
Its Windows 10.
Good airflow and good looking.
Looks good and I got a good deal on it. 27" 1440p 144Hz. Use as a primary gaming monitor.
Previously my primary monitor it has since been sidegraded to my secondary monitor to display and play music, and other media.
Attracts the unwanted quickly dusts and bits but looks great.
Good colors and very ergonomic.
Games sound good.
good value and the rgb controller is nice.