The culmination of me saving up for a LONG time. I was able to get it fully operational by myself with about 7 hours and a couple youtube videos. There were originally some problems with cable management, front panel connectors, and one of the sticks of RAM working. As of now, everything is fine, and it games like a beauty.
Great processor! Looking back though, I'd much rather gone with a ryzen 5/7. Had some trouble gaming and streaming though.
Great temps, great RGB lights, looks very sleek. Only beef I have would be the similar thermals of the corsair h100 series for half the price.
It's a motherboard... Looks nice though!
RAM is RAM, the lighting is awesome when the software works, it's still in beta though. A bit buggy.
Nice looking? It's an SSD.
Great card. Quiet, easy to use drivers, looks very sleek, and the RGB lights are a nice touch. Just for me though, I play overwatch more than anything, so it was a little overkill. I can play OW at max settings at 130 fps average... a little much, but an INCREDIBLE combo with the 144 hertz, 1440p, 27 inch monitor.
Perfect case for the white and purple theme. The full tempered glass side panel is beautiful, and is great at showing off the new side SSD mount.
This was insanely overkill for what I needed, I have no idea what I was doing picking this PSU, I guess it does the job so no problems here.
It's windows 10.
Really nice RGB touch to the build.
This monitor was a great buy. 144hz overclockable to 165 is great. VERY slim bezels. Really nice stand.
Really nice design, looks great in the full tempered glass side panel. My one problem was that it doesn't have enough power to make it all the way to the end of the second strip through the connectors. This isn't really a designer flaw, I just need to go back in and use the second port it comes with, just kinda lazy though.