Hello humans, first build here!
First of all, yes, I could have gone with Ryzen but I didn't alright. Maybe in the future, I was limited because I mistakenly bought my motherboard first and didn't want to struggle with returning.
This build was very great and went better than I thought it would. I had to redo a couple things, such as CPU cooler and the AER fans and its wiring, but overall it was smooth as butter. I will definitely get an SSD but I just wanted to complete the build.
Sorry for the crappy photo quality
Thanks for stopping by and for all the useful information, glad to finally be part of the PC Master Race.
No problems here, fit well, unfortunately I cant really compare it to anything since its my first build but it runs smooth.
I had to reinstall because I was reading over the instructions and it said to use smaller standoffs, tried that didn't work. Then, tried the taller standoffs and it fit well. Don't know if that was on me reading wrong but whatever. it keeps my CPU cool.
RGBBBBBBBBBBBBB. So glad I got this for the lower price compared to what its at now.
Issa hard drive.
Looks really nice. Overkill maybe? I was supposed to get the Zotac AMP but amazon was being annoying, since this was my last part, I went to Frys and got this. it looks great and appreciate the two fans. I price matched btw.
I was iffy because of the tint but I really like it. I'm thinking of getting an LED strip to light up the inside a bit. The case was very easy to work in and the cable management is great. Only thing I don't like is the front pull off thing, since its connected to the IO or front buttons thing; it doesn't fully come off.
was trying to get as low possible build so went for cheaper monitors. Will definitely upgrade in the future. I do really like the thin bezels, big reason why I bought it.
Fans and hue are good so far. I thought the software was bad but it was actually the way I wired it that it wasn't being recognized. the wires are a bit short but I made it fit with the extra they supply you with.