Hello Folks! Is your computer build a little on the boring side? Does it contain unimpressive parts? Is it constantly being overlooked and ignored like some of the other builds? If you answered yes to any of the above, you are in luck because I have a fix for all of your problems.
JUST ADD COLOR! Which color, you ask? Why, all of them, of course!
Not all of my clients need powerful gaming machines. This is great for me because I love working with a budget in order to create a PC that is catered to their specific needs. I enjoy building whatever you need, whether it be an office PC, a gaming PC, an HTPC, a editing workstation or a home server. You need it, I build it. No matter what you need it for, best bang for your buck will always come first. This is exactly why building your own PC is always better than buying one at the store. Of course, if you are reading this on PCPP, I'm preaching to the choire.
This client simply needed a light office machine for his upcoming business but I still managed to add a bit of flare here and there. The machine will be used for general office programs and accounting software such as quickbooks. He also mentioned that he has kids that may play games from time to time so a video card purchase might be in the near future.
The case is awesome for the price. The only thing that made me frown was the backplate design. It didn't have any grommets so the cable management was a bit of an eye sore this time around.
I removed the intel sticker from the stock cooler and replaced it with an awesome PCPP sticker. I also wrapped the rainbow color cords in black electrical tape in order to clean it up a bit.
Virtually no room in the back of the case to route cables. Corsair designed their back panel to accommodate for this.
G3258 was on sale and provides the user with the ability to do some light gaming when/if he pairs it with a $120 card.