My friend came to me and asked for my help to make him a whole set up that wasn't going to break the bank but would also max games out without breaking a sweat. After a few selections he decided to do his own research on PCs (THANK GOD), and he was able to agree with most of my recommendations. Before we added all the aesthetics & peripherals the build alone was in the ballpark of 900. which was his ideal price. He wanted black and red with some white in his build, so he made sure to only order the parts that matched and had good reviews etc. Overall, I was very excited to build this machine since we had shared the vision of what appearance we should go for.
P.S He wanted fans. LOTS of fans.
Amazing performance. Quick. Low heat.
The white color of the fan is tinted a little differently. Almost a light yellow hue on it. Otherwise this thing is great. Less then 45 degrees under stress tests using the i5-6500.
A beautiful board, nice color scheme on it. And red leds look sweet. Nice looking capacitors, overall build quality is fantastic.
Its G.Skill. They don't disappoint. Love the heatsinks on these.
Best bang/per buck ssd wise.
Got on sale, cant beat it for $30.
MSI Gaming series are without a doubt the best. The color as well as the stock cooler make this thing so worth it. 65 degrees under load.
For this price I CAN'T complain. AMAZING cable management. Hides the HDD and SSD very well. Nice window. Only problem is if you plan on installing top mounted fans, you have to remove the panels and makes it a little uglier. Otherwise I'm in love.
My favorite PSU due to price. Cheapest fully modular one I can find. And I havent ever had an issue with SeaSonic.