Well, I knew this would be a challenge as it was and still is my first gaming PC, but, I got through it, and it works well! Obviously, I'm not using this PC to run Crysis 3, or 4K video editing, but it can still run many games at ultra settings at around 60 FPS. As for me, I've only used it for CS: GO, Rocket League, Payday 2, and other small tasks. Although it may seem like the CPU would bottleneck the GPU, it actually doesn't, at least, not very much. Also, if you are worried about using the motherboard with Windows 10, trust me, although there are no drivers, you can easily find them online, and Windows 10 installs most of them anyway. For example, the audio drivers were from Realtek, which of course, they only had them for Windows 7, however, all I did was google, "Realtek Audio Drivers", and I had them installed in just minutes. Nevertheless, this is a budget gaming PC that can be overlooked by many, but, I assure you, you will get lots of value at a low price. Also, if you are wondering why some parts such as the mouse pad cannot be seen in the pictures, this is because those parts are being ordered, and I will update the pictures as soon as I receive them.