I've been wanting to build a computer for about 2 years now. It first started off with linustechtips then I found out a new mate of mine had a budget computer (Pentium, GT 740). I wanted to build his computer because it was on a budget and back then my mum was going to provide for the fees.

But we never got to building it. But now I have a job and customer after customer, I have earnt the funds to be able to provide for a computer myself. A good one too.

I use this computer for Euro Truck Simulator 2 (I don't want to spend anymore money after buying this haha) but I am slowly buying more games and I have a lowkey YouTube channel where I hardly post but right now I have a lot of school projects involving Premiere Pro. As well as my normal school work.

Everything worked well and I couldn't been more surprised that it worked just like that. The only problem I have with is the motherboard which doesn't support anything above 2133mhz of DDR4 (I actually brought 2400mhz) but it's only a couple of dollars more so it didn't really bother me.

Part Reviews


Prefect CPU for me, the right clock speed and renders my video much more faster than my i5 4 series in my school mac.


Not a shabby motherboard. Has all the current bells and whistles, couldn't ask for more.


Good looking RAM for a cheap stick, couldn't have found a better RAM stick, does it's job as well.


Not the fastest, but not too shabby too, as long as it's an SSD, couldnt've asked for anything better


WD always reliable performs like a hard drive, has the storage expected, she does her job nicely

Video Card

Reference style clock and cooler and it's a pretty good looking graphics card. Never had problems in it, basically plug and play and shes a 1060 for ya, she performs excellent in games and can max everything out on ultra 1080p, for my games.


Cheap, looks hot does the job and shes pretty cool. Tons of fan slots and drive slots, but you can never get enough with the

Power Supply

80+ gold, what more could you ask more, does her job and is easy to work upon, very reliable as well


Beauty for a cheap monitor like this, the colours is too true that it makes me sick, literally. Nice thin and does the job for what it's worth, bloody bargain for a reliable monitor.

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  • 41 months ago
  • 3 points

I like it!, no fuss, gets the job done and will last a number of years. Cheers.

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

Cheers mate, not too shabby for my first build.

  • 41 months ago
  • 2 points

I like it! But I there's something in there that triggers my OCD (Not in the pictures) =-D

Has all the current bells and whistles

But no USB Type C.


  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

That's right, I have a USB Type-C phone charger and I can't use the fast charging mode.

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

nice build it seem cool but could yous little aprovment

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

In what way?

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  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

"R.E.S.T.E.C.P! Do ya even know wha it spellz?"


Based on the picture)