This build was for gaming / casual video editing, as well as just general use.
The graphics card is an old model from my previous PC, as I will wait until April for the new line from nVidia.
Fairly easy to put together - hardest part was trying to screw in the top left motherboard screw, not heaps of space between the CPU cooler and the top of the case.
It's a CPU, and I think it does what it is meant to do. Not going to be overclocking, so happy with this model.
Quite large, but looks good. Fan is quiet.
Had a bit of trouble getting the IO shield in properly (could be me / the case though). The random light strips on the left hand side are a nice touch.
Works as expected.
Memory is ram! It's all rather pretty.
It's so little!
Nothing wrong with this. Does the job.
Ooooold card - but still holds up surprisingly well.
I love the aesthetic of the case. Everything fit in rather nicely, and cable management was fairly easy to do.
A bit strange that they put so much effort into the black and red colour scheme, but then have random coloured fan/f-panel wires. The front panel itself could probably be improved.
Really glad I went for this PSU. It works as expected, easy to plug in cables, has a switch for the fan light, and is quiet.