Finally was able to upgrade to a machine with some decent specs at work. Just for work, not play. Using Debian Buster for the OS. Why I went with the huge case? I just liked it. The hotswap bays are nice, but not something I couldn't have added to any case with 5.25 bays for another few bucks. Not much else to say about this one...does great for what work it does. Needed a machine mostly for RDP/VNC/SSH sessions, multiple web browser tabs, and virtual machines. Didn't need a crazy strong CPU, didn't need massive amounts of storage, and didn't need any RGB. I plan to add some better dust filters to the fans, and add an exhaust fan.

Couple of pics show the SSD in the wrong slot, I realized it when I went to install Buster.

Part Reviews


Great little CPU. Integrated graphics are great for a work PC.


No complaints.


It's RAM, it worked, it's Corsair, and it's black.


Super easy case to build in, but beware: it looks big in pictures, but it's even bigger in real life. Make sure you look up the measurements before you buy and confirm you have room for it. Solid chassis, would build another machine in it.

Power Supply

For the price, great little PSU.


Built-in speakers are not impressive, but the display is great. For the price, great buy.

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  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

Literally just a simple build. No RGB No expensive components No over the top modding


  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

Thank you!

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

Always nice to see a working build.

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

I agree! Thanks!