Wireless Network Adapter
I've owned several laptops before this but I could never justify the budget for a gaming pc so I decided to try something new and build my own pc. Liking the red and black color scheme often associated with MSI and Corsair stuff I followed the tracks of quite a few before me. I set out with a budget of about $1000 usd and only went over it slightly due to needing some thermal paste, fans, and splitters.
I plan to: -Form and paint a power supply cover ( Cause corsair doesn't seem to understand them yet )
A friend of mine gave me an EVGA NEX 750W Gold psu for helping him with his pc to replace my Cx600 psu
Being bitten by the computer bug I've been thinking about selling it just so I can build another one.
I've only tried to lightly overclock with it so far and I've been very pleased with it. For being a beginner in building computers and overclocking it has performed great for the price.
While it did take a bit more effort to get in then I expected, it does an amazing job of keeping my cpu cool even under overclock.
Great board for the price, easy to use bios and it does everything it needs to along with looking great.
It does what it needs to, I plan to overclock it slightly when I get to it. It also looks amazing
I picked this up just because I wanted an SSD boot disk for windows and some games.
Does what it needs, although slow compared to an ssd
Great card for the price here, The fans never even thought about starting up until I decided to overclock that extra bit of performance out of it.
Love this case, plenty of slots for fans and great cable management, was able to get everything into it with ease. Great airflow.
It gets the job done, although I would never pay full price for it.
It works when I need to use it, although I normally connect to ethernet
While they look great and get the job done, they are a bit loud