After finishing my first internship, I decided to treat myself and build myself a PC (which was something I always wanted to do) with a budget of around $2000 for ALL the parts
Building the PC went very smooth, every part worked fine without any problems.
Cable management was probably the hardest part of the build. I know it's not perfect right now but I am satisfied with it.
First monitor I bought had a stuck pixel which was a shame, so had to get another one.
The PC runs almost all my games at high settings, 1080p, 60+ fps, and I am very happy with my build :)
6-Core, affordable, works very well
Stays surprisingly cool for a single fan
- affordable tempered glass case
- looks great, layout is great
- There's not much space behind the PSU for cables and it was a pain
- Airflow could be better
Quiet fans, looks amazing, lots of colors, patterns, and speed to choose from
Only downside is that the controller is wired and connected to the fanhub which was inside my case, so had to use an expansion slot to bring the controller outside the case.
Love this mouse - great customization with macros setups, DPI profiles, and also weights