I mostly use this PC for college work but I play games on it every so often and I'm able to play on high-ultra settings.
It cost me around $1500 when I built it, that price included shipping.
Didn't know it was the name of a band.. please don't sue me..
Things about the case:
-The front panel is connected to the front I/O in a way that doesn't let you remove it completely, this makes adding a fan and/or cleaning the fan filters a bit of a hassle.
-There is room for 2 x 120mm fans on top, but if you don't add any then dust just falls through the hole (You can cover it with paper or dust filters if you want) they tried to use a 'corrugated' piece of plastic to make it look like a sports car, but that still lets dust fall in.
-The plastic window gets scratched easily so be careful with that.
Other than that, the build works well and it performs nicely under workloads and during gaming.
Fan speeds on quiet mode (idle):
-CPU Fan: ~781 RPM
-System Fan 1: ~676 RPM
-System Fan 2:~652 RPM (2 x fans)
-System Fan 3:~763 RPM
Fan speeds on standard mode (idle):
-CPU Fan: ~850 RPM
-System Fan 1: ~727 RPM
-System Fan 2:~743 RPM
-System Fan 3:~818 RPM
Fan speeds on performance mode (idle):
-CPU Fan: ~920 RPM
-System Fan 1: ~805 RPM
-System Fan 2:~896 RPM
-System Fan 3:~901 RPM
All these speeds where made possible by using APP Center, the speeds were calibrated on SIV.
These speeds will vary depending on CPU and system temps.
All of the four fans in my system are configured as intakes, I made it this was cause the front fans are restricted and I wanted the top fans to push cool air onto the GPU.
Suggestions are always welcome.
Does what it's supposed to be doing and does it well at that. My only complaint is the loud fan on the stock cooler.
Has mostly everything I need and is great for it's price point. Would've like at least one more system fan header but nothing a splitter can't fix.
Hasn't put me down till now, I don't think I've ever seen it jump to 50% usage so I can't say too much about it.
Fast and reliable, the usual things you look for in an SSD. The system boots fast and all so that's a good thing in my book.
Haven't been using this much but it's mostly quiet.
Works great, amazing graphics and FPS numbers while gaming.
Sturdy and well designed (depends on your taste) Some cons that are to be expected for its price point, but other than that, it's alright.
Turns my PC on and keeps it well fed while I'm using it.
Well, it blows.
They work well, having two increased productivity and procrastination but that's what you get.
Works well, only drawback is the length of the wires but that's a subjective matter.