As my first build, this came along great. My conditions for making a PC were that: it had to be below ~$900 it would perform at mid to high settings on AAA games * it would have to last me a while So to befitting those conditions I went, and after about a day or two of choosing and researching and such, I came up with this list. And so far, it's living up to those demands. I am running Fallout 4 at 60fps and CS:GO at high(est?) settings with 250 fps. Oh, and the PC itself looks amazing. I focused on having my LED's blue. And this PC is blue. I had no hardware problems. But considering the fact this was my first ever build, and first time touching these parts, I did not finish this build in a measly 30 minutes. The HDD took the most time, ironically, because I did not know there were mounts to put inside the cage. But other than that, I bought an OEM key, booted windows with my recovery USB stick, entered the code, and voila, I had windows installed in an hour. So, can I say there were any problems? No. I can not.
Allows me to play CS:GO at 250 fps on highest settings. Can't really find any cons. Overclocking is not really needed.
Easy to install. Had no problems. Keeps CPU at a max of around 40 Celsius.
Supported everything I needed, but being mATX, there was not much room for installing cords and such without removing other things.
What can I say, it's RAM. It just works.
Your normal HDD. Isn't too slow and doesn't exceed 50 Celsius.
Allows me to play Fallout 4 on Ultra settings on 60 fps. Can't argue with that. Doesn't exceed 70 Celsius.
Everything I could ask for in a case, and fit everything like charm. Only thing is that you most put in the I/O panel before the mobo.
Easy to use PSU. Nothing much more I can say.
Extremely quiet and very easy to install. Only thing is that LED's are very bright.