Started this build to substitute my old gaming pc, made it small (but stylish) to be able to put it in my dorm room.
I chose for dual 120mm upper intake and single 140mm exhaust in order to keep the temps decent.
the only things i would've changed in hindsight are 3200Mhz RAM and the Noctua NH-U14S would've also fitted and be a better aircooler than the U12S for just a little money.
the only downside is the price
keeps the temps decently low and stable with limited airflow
It has everything i need, but more USB ports/4pin fan connectors would be appreciated.
no lights or nothing, just does what it needs to do... would've gone for the 3200 but forgot to check
No bloatware this time, works like a charm
Love being able to put my stuff on high again!
limited room for cablemanagement and not a lot of space to work in makes this case pretty hard if you don't exactly know what you're going to do and how you want to do it. But with a bit of build planning you can have a stylish yet functional microATX build. Even with it's relatively small form factor it can still fit a whole high end gaming build and still maintain decent airflow so overclocking is still an option. I choose the black edition because it has the mesh front pannel wich doesn't choke the PC.
A no BS PSU, is way better than it deserves to be for the price.
Works, but **** at automatically managing all drivers/updates.
Wireless Network Adapter
quick, stable and easy to use. Don't know why people would buy the gaming edition.
moves surprisingly much air and is quiet while doing it.
love build quality... hate the price though. UI of the screen is pretty easy in use.
does what it needs to do without to much extra fuzz, making it an good affordable choice for a mechanical keyboard. Cherry MX browns are my new preferred keys.
Most comfortable mouse i know without unneeded options. Hate that synaps is required to run in order for your colour of choice to be applied.
simply amazing, love the soundstage and comfort it offers.