My current PC, was first built in March 2016 but most of the parts except for the drives and PSU have since then been replaced/upgraded throughout the year (original build here).

I had originally intended my first build to have an i5 and R9 280/380 at the time. I gradually got everything but the core components, but since it would take too long... I got cheap temporary parts like a Pentium G4400 and 750ti among others just to get it up and running... some of which are currently in my living room PC build shown here.

I named it "Fighting Computer" after Warsman, a character from the manga/anime Kinnikuman (predecessor to what's known stateside as Ultimate Muscle) who bears the same nickname since he's a Soviet cyborg.

Part Reviews


A lot better than the Pentium I was using.


Probably because I bought mine used, but the onboard audio died in a little over 2 years of having it.

Video Card

Bought it when it's brand new, it's on par with the 970 and is even better at DX12 and Vulkan.


It's a good case for the price but it's a real pain to open the front panel.

Power Supply

Bought it when it was on sale for $57 or so, more than what I'd need but a very solid PSU nonetheless.


Good for my purposes.


  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Great budget build! Looks great at a affordable price too!

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Great choice on the CPU. I was tearing myself between the unlocked version and this one and for my needs, the 6500 does the job

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Great budget gaming rig! Very solid parts choice.

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

The mobo that could

  • 12 months ago
  • 1 point

You should probably move those RAM sticks to slots A2 and B2, or slots 2 and 4, depending on how they're labelled in your motherboard's manual. Otherwise, you won't be getting proper Dual-Channel memory functionality. Otherwise, nice and respectable build!

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

I moved them long ago actually, haven't updated the pictures.

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