Behold... my first PC build!
It's not bad for a first rig... Anyways, let me explain whats going on with the prices:
First of all, let me just say (if it wasn't obvious) that all the parts are used.
I found a great deal on an almost complete PC! It came with everything except the GPU, the RAM (the RAM that came with it rig was pretty bad), the mouse and the monitor for the price of $140.
While I was looking for a good GPU I found a nice deal: a 750 Ti + 8 GB Crucial RAM for $75.
Because this is my first build, I had to buy a monitor, so I found a monitor for $100. The guy that I bought it from didn't have a HDMI cable for the monitor
because he still needed it, so instead I get his mouse: a Steelseries Sensei RAW! The cable of the mouse was a bit damaged, however, but I don't mind.
This PC can play most modern games at medium settings, which is suprisingly good, considering the price of the whole rig.
Overall, this PC was one of the best (wayy too early) birthday present I've ever had
mostly because it's been 6 years since I've gotten a present.
Overall a pretty decent CPU, but because it doesn't have an upgrade path, I only rated 3.
Really happy about the 2TB storage. It was a great deal!
A good, simple case. That's all there is to it.
Enough watts (for now) to keep my PC running. A good PSU overall.
A pretty big monitor that I bought for an awesome deal. 'Nuff said.
A cool little freebie for my PC, however I found out it had some scrolling issues. Other than that, it's a good mouse.