It's my first time building a PC and I must say it was a breeze.
I wanted something powerful enough for some gaming as well as computing since it's my main workstation. I also wanted something that looked nice with potential upgrades that wouldn't break the bank.
I'm really satisfied with how it turned out. Especially the case. I love the look, the quality, the dimensions, the features and the ease of build.
I'm gonna play with the overclock a bit but already 3.7GHz without effort was nice. I get 90+ average fps in Rise of the Tomb Raider with all settings maxed out. Cinebench score : 1229
Very powerful cheap little CPU. 86 degrees under load at 3.7GHz without trying to push it. 12 threads is more than enough.
Nice board. Plenty connectors for everything, looks nice and not too expensive.
Managed to get it pretty cheap (relatively considered). Does what it says on the package.
Crazy fast ! It's my first SSD and the ease of install and speed makes it all worth every penny.
Lot of space. Not super expansive.
Haven't played with it a lot yet but it seems to be a nice performer. Looks nice and color neutral. What more do you want ?
Great case. Definitely my favorite part of this build.
I love the look and the build quality. It was also really easy to work with. All the cables pretty much went directly where they should. The Velcro ties are really useful. It's pretty compact while still being spacious enough to fit pretty much anything but a custom loop. I strongly recommend it to anyone.
My only wish is that it would come with 3 preinstalled fans instead of one.
Black cables, semi-modular. It's a PSU that won't break the bank and still look decent.
Pretty quiet yet seems to move a lot of air. Sleeved cables are nice. The rubber things to install them look a bit odd, but hey, it works.