After using an HP laptop for the past 7 years I thought it was finally time to upgrade. I started researching how to build a PC about 5 months ago and began collecting parts around the same time. I know this isn't the best or the newest, but it fits my needs well and was within my budget.
An older CPU that still gets the job done. Should be able to overclock it easily as well.
Great cooler! I sit around 27 C at idle and 45 C under load with an fx-6300.
Solid MOBO that was easy to work with for a first time builder. BIOS was easy enough to navigate and has all the features I wanted.
It's RAM and it works.... what more can I say.
Great value for and outstanding product.
Great performance to price ratio, low power consumption, and no PCI-E connector so it makes cable management easy.
500w, bronze certified, and semi-modular for $40, what more could you ask for.
Wireless Network Adapter
Works just like it said
This keyboard really surprised me. The keys feel great, colors are bright and vivid, but will also dim as not to blind you in a dark room, the wrist rest is another great addition to this keyboard, and finally the programmable keys on the left side are a nice touch.
Great looking case, but the air flow is terrible with the front cover on. It only has one slot across the bottom and a few tiny holes on the front that allow for intake of air. With the cover on my cpu was at 35 C idle and 59 C under load, with the cover taken off I am now at 27 C idle and 45 C under load.