Build as of August 21, 2016.
Description and more photos coming soon! Schoolwork needs to be done. *sigh
This is my first ever computer that I built with my own hard earned cash. While it took a while to get the parts, it was definitely worth the wait. Patience is definitely a virtue, friends.
P.S. If you have any questions about the build and my experience building it, hit the comments section below!
Edit 1: Added some photos. Potato quality, but some people were asking how it looks like inside. I'm a bit of a noob with cable management at the moment, but once I get a few upgrades (like a short cable kit for my PSU), I'll try to fix it and make /r/cablemanagement proud.
Edit 2: Added quick reviews of my parts. Planning to make it a bit more in-depth. At the moment, they're just words that pop out of my head. Also, a quick intro on what ended up to be my build.
Does everything I want fast and smooth. Temperatures kept cool. Stream, record, play, browse, and listen to music all at the same time. No sweat.
Sleek and small. Not complicated to build on. Stable so far.
Great for the value. 'nuff said.
One word: fast.
More than enough for what I need. Great price.
Maxes out all the games I play on 1080p. But I'm a bit salty about NVIDIA's marketing on the VRAM though.
Minimal aesthetics, easy to build on. Love the form factor. Refrigerator gaming.
Works on my PC as advertised.
Great colors, small bezels.
Great minimal-looking keyboard. RGB is a plus.
Love how it feels on my hand. RGB is a plus.
Just because DOTA 2. Else, sound quality and microphone quality is a pass for me.