So this is my first build. I have been on an old HP for the last few years and lately it hasnt been cutting it so at the beginning of the year I started saving! I know a lot of people arent huge fans of AMD stuff but it fit my budget and contrary to what a lot of people say this thing has no problems eating up just about every game I thow at it!
Highly underappreciated processor. Cheap and efficient is the only way to discribe this thing.
Heard a lot of people having issues with this board on NewEgg but I am yet to have an issue with it. I like all the USB ports and the built in audio card is fantastic!
It's RAM. Not much else to add.
Learned after buying it that Kingston pulled a bait and switch and made them slower. As a first time SSD owner I didnt notice it but I will be getting a better one soon.
Never had a problem with a Western Digital product and they continue to impress. Picked this one up cheap and my only regret is not buying two.
I wish I could add more stars to this review. This is the most bang-for-your-buck card you can get. Paired with the FX 6300 it is able to get a stable 60fps at 1440x900 in most games.
Got to take the good with the bad in this case. The good is that it came with three fans that provide great airflow and the one on the front is a blue LED which matches my setup making it a bonus. The bad is the ABHORENT cable management issues. This case has an area around back to rout your cables yes but getting them all in there and tied down to where you can put the side pannel back on is damn near impossible.
For $40 I cant complain about this. EVGA has never let me down and continues to impress with this greatly priced PSU.
Went with Windows 7 because I pulled the code from an old laptop and with the free upgrade to Windows 10 coming soon it seemed stupid to blow money on Windows 8. Windows 7 will always remain my favorite OS, easy to use and simple to learn.