Build is used for Mainly gaming but some CAD use is thrown in from time to time. Planned mods : Cut a meat cleaver design into the front panel and install mesh behind it. 3D Print a meat cleaver embedded in a butchers block to use as gpu brace to reduce sag. Remove drive cages and cut a slot through the PSU shroud to allow another fan to be installed up front for added ventilation. I am toying with the idea of painting the GPU shroud with some sort of design but I'm not sure if it is really needed. Pictures will be added as mods progress. Some of these pictures were taken with my old 1070Ti installed while the 2070 Super was on back order. Cable management has been cleaned up since the pictures have been taken but won't be finalized until mods are complete. Build has way more RGB than I usually use but most of it will be turned off or dimmed. Lights were left on in the pictures so anyone thinking about getting these parts can get an idea of everything brightness.
IGPU was not needed so this was the perfect choice. Hold 5Ghz all cores with 1.3V and medium load line calibration.
I am pleasantly surprised with how well this cooled the 9900K. CPU hits 68C after 6 hours of Intel Extreme Stress test and 86C after 8 hours of Prime 95 with AVX enabled. Pump is ran at max speed with a fairly aggressive fan curve to achieve this result though. Even at max fan speed this cooler is fairly quiet and if you use headphone you won't be able to hear it.
Great board for the 9900k with more features than I really need but it is nice to have options. Originally ordered an Asrock board but even with direct airflow the VRMs were throttling at stock speed so I got this as a replacement. Power delivery is excellent and the CPU holds 5Ghz all core at 1.3V and medium load line calibration without any issues. I highly recommend this board for anyone looking for something to set their 9900k into.
Doesn't break the bank and it runs at advertised speeds so I have no complaints.
Lots of space and I can't tell the difference between this and my old Samsung 970 Pro in normal use.
This thing is T H I C C but that is an excellent thing. Just be warned if you have a smaller case this thing will eat up a lot of space. Holds a +100 on the core and +500 on the memory without issue and with a slightly more agressive fan curve than stock only hits 63C.
About as perfect as you can get at this price point. Decent airflow through the front panel. Space for plenty of fans. Great cable management options. PSU shroud with ample space. Tempered glass and plenty of space for components. Only thing it is really missing is rubber grommets on the cable cut outs but at this price that is a minor complaint.
Provides plenty of power and is from a trusted brand. Wish we could do away with having molex connectors on stuff though.
Its windows 10.
I bought these fans for their specs and the price but the RGB was a nice added bonus. They come with a fan hub with space for 4 fans and it has adhesive on the back to attach to your case. I use them at about 50% speed and while audible without headphones they are not too loud and they move quite a bit of air. Hard to go wrong at this price point.
I have been using this monitor for about 3 years now and it still works great. Colors needed quite a bit of adjustment out of the box but once dialed in everything looks fine.
My wife got this as a christmas present for me a few years back and I really like it. Key strokes are loud but with my headset on it is not an issue. Build quality is solid and the lights work great.
Best mouse I have ever owned. I mainly play FPS games though so the 2 buttons on the side are the only extra ones I really need. For MMO games you might want to look into something with a couple more buttons.
Owned for 7 years but they finally started to die a couple months ago. Replaced with Hyper X headset. The new one wasn't on the PCPP list so I just put these.