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Started with my original build around 2014 (which i named "AlienRobot." so creative amirite?) and it slowly evolved to what it is today. Originally built on a budget of around 450$, and added stuff every year. Now it is being used for gaming and content creation (video/music/graphics/3d modeling) This thing is sort of a frankenstein of parts from different generations all cobbled together.
Beast of a CPU. Great for a gaming/productivity combo build. The stock cooler is surprisingly adequate, and the RGB is a plus.
This thing is massive, and might be a bit tricky to install in your case. Keeps my ryzen 2700x at around 75-80C under full load @ 4.0ghz
The fan mounting hardware could be better, it was tough to put the fans on and I ended up scratching some of the black coating off the fins in the process.
excellent card, I have had it overclocked for about a year now, to 1455mhz core, 2100mhz memory, and undervolted it to 1100mV.
Has been stable in all games and benchmarks.
Gets solid 1080p 60fps gameplay at med/high in most games
had this case forever, its pretty good but space is a bit cramped, and wont fit a 240mm radiator, even though it looks like it should.
Great PSU, no problems so far. Uses high quality components, and has an excellent warranty.
Good mouse, great build quality for the price, has RGB, multiple programmable quick-change profiles, and tons of programmable keys.