This is my first ever custom computer build i have done, and i did it for my Dads office space. The computer they needed, needed a bit of power but not a lot. I also Built this to last, so i did not cheap out on any parts. It was very fun to build and cant wait to build his actual home PC and once mine gets a few more years old and the parts are outdated, mine.
The case does not allow for any cable management in behind, it was the first thing I tried but could not fit the side panel back on. Although the pictures do not show it, the cables are tight against the back of the case.
The RAM arrived a week later than the rest of the parts, (did not realize until i had the PSU and MB in) so i do not have any pictures of it.
If there is anything you think i could have done better (part price wise) id love to hear it!
No Problems with it. Although for what it is, it is a bit expensive, but worth it either way.
Simple, Cheap, and good quality. What is not to love?
Only complaint is that the MB only has 2 total fan headers (1 for CPU and 1 for case). if you buy this motherboard, you will need a fan splitter. also the manual that comes with it is horrible, tells you nothing. You will need to go online and read that one.
Cheap ddr4 RAM with the usual base clock speed. good for anyone who is not going to OC the rams memory speed.
Solid reliable HDD.
Simple case that looks good for office spaces. not too big, not too small. Lots of possible fan positions for great cooling if your MB supports it!
Good PSU that is still overkill for a all out PC, 80+ Gold Certified is the reason you should get this. you do NOT want to cheap out on your PSU!
Basic CD drive nothing bad about it!
Love Windows 10, just don't like the expensive price tag for the pro version for office domains