This was quite an adventure, I won't lie. I was always too stubborn to learn how to build a PC so I always stuck with cheap prebuilts. Obviously doing that bit me in the *** because the computer I bought crapped out on me within 4 months. After finally saving up the money and receiving a chunk of tax return money, I went ahead and bought the parts. There was no turning back from this. I spam watched Paul's Hardware, Bitwit, LTT etc. so that I could get a jist of what I had to do. And I did it. By golly it took me well over 3 hours but I did it. I think the hardest part was installing the CPU cooler because I felt like I was going to destroy my CPU while doing it, and second to that was definitely cable management. I was even able to overclock my CPU to 4.0 GHz and my GPU as well (but I don't exactly know the numbers to that, I think it was +140 core and +200 memory on afterburner). Overall, I'm pretty proud of this build. The next thing I need to do is invest in a 144hz monitor and a funko pop of Vanitas.