Monitor will eventually be upgraded, so stuck at 1080@75hz for now.
Managed to overclock to 4.1Ghz @ 1.35v and keep stable.
I seem to favour resolution/graphics over framerate. But not to the point where it's ridiculous. I reckon I could live with 75-100FPS @1440p if it meant the game was looking at it's best and it didn't stutter of course. I don't play anything competitively either.
Most demanding game I've tried it BFV, locked FPS to 75 and maxed out all settings. Solid 75FPS on most maps. Dips to about 50-60 in maps full of puddles with Ray Tracing turned on. No major issues, don't get any stuttering. If it were a problem, I'd maybe lower some settings but for me it doesn't do any harm.
I use a MayFlash Magic Ns USB Adaptor to wirelessly connect a DS4 pad to the PC for the rare game where I prefer a pad.
I have a 50" 4K TV in my living room. I have taken the PC downstairs to test it's might a couple of times. I played a bit of Forza Horizon 4. I'll get on average around 55fps with settings completely maxed out and resolution set to 4K. Still feels buttery smooth and looks insane, this also takes GPU load to 98% though and I saw temps no greater than 70C.
If I lock to 75FPS on my 1080p monitor with maxed out settings, it never dips while playing Forza. In the future I plan to test what frames I can get from Forza while maxed out @ 1440p.
Within the first month, the stock cooler had been replaced by the Kraken. Oosh.
Added a stand for my GPU. Was a bit paranoid about the sag when in reality, it probably didn't matter.
Palkia in there to power the Kraken with Hydro Pump, Keeps temps around 0.
No issues so far. I think it's a good looking board. BIOS is easy to use, it already had a profile to support my 3200Mhz RAM. Literally a flick of a switch and it's running at full speed.
Runs at advertised speed. Looks even more delicious in real life. Software easy to use for changing colours and patterns.
Obviously not as a fast as the higher priced NVMe's but it's still double the speed of my SSD. Windows boots in absolutely no time. No issues with it yet. Bargain for the price.
No issues so far, just an SSD. Great for the price I paid.
Good solid case and it really looks the part. Built with cable management and accessibility in mind. It's easy to strip it down to it's bare bones.
I had to remove the Metal Bar and the Exhaust fan to comfortably put the motherboard in the case. Otherwise I was having to try and put it in at an angle which wasn't ideal.