Wireless Network Adapter
Built this for some home recordings and gaming. Aesthetics weren't a priority, mostly budget, performance, and silence.
For my first build, everything went very smooth, got it all put together in less than 4 hours with a little help from youtube.
My next step is to get a separate room for gaming and recording for my build.
Overclocked very easily and handles everything I could need it for.
Amazing air cooler! Keeps my CPU cool and has ample room for LP RAM. Wish it came in a black option.
BIOS is great and easy to use for a first time overclocker, individual fan control is also convenient and the fan profiles work well keeping my PC silent. Runs my RAM at 3200 no problem.
Great RAM at decent price, comparatively, the profile is nice and low.
Does what it's supposed to do
Very fast, my OS opens up in seconds.
Handles anything at 2k, 4k can get some tearing, but hits 60 fps on most titles. The fans keep it cool enough for what I have put it through. Oc'd to 1999 easily and hasn't had any problems so far.
Great cable management, and super quite. Just wish I could use the smaller hard-drive bay rack as a stand alone up top.
Powers my computer, no complaints yet. It comes with black sleeves, which are nice enough.
It's windows. Upgraded to the education version.
Silent but pretty short cable. Should have bought 140mm though.
Depends on what you want it for. Not a gaming monitor, but I got it from facebook marketplace for $150, so I can't complain.
Super stoked about this monitor, plays shooters so much smoother than the 4k 60hz monitor I was using.
Great mechanical keyboard.
Decent sound for the price. Wish it had balanced inputs, but I only paid $70 bucks.