Description

I use this machine for memeing and gaming. I've had multiple occurences where items weren't compatible or faulty etc. I wish I had chosen a different graphics card, however.

I built this computer on 12/25/16, where times were simple and prices were low. I will add that before I had my Ryzen, I had an i3 6100 paired with an ASRock H110M-HDS. garbage idea

Part Reviews

CPU

Beautiful CPU. Good rendering and good gaming is all I need,

CPU Cooler

Meh. Installation was difficult but I lowered my mean temperature 10 degrees (c).

Motherboard

Good LEDs, many useful ports, and a good aesthetic overall.

Storage

Silent, cool, and gets the job done.

Video Card

Received a faulty GPU at first, waited 2 weeks for an RMA. Support is janky. Super fast GPU and can play many games on highest settings.

Case

Little room for cable management, and swastikas on the front for fan LEDs.

Power Supply

Doesn't supply enough power for my machine, even though I am many watts spare. Please get a modular PSU, there are many unneeded cables in this PSU.

Optical Drive

Loud AF and uses a lot of power.

Operating System

What? It's Windows.

Monitor

Good monitor, no cons about it.

Keyboard

LEDs change to rainbow when I lock Windows, idk if this is a problem for me or the rest of you. Good keyboard, has 6 good and easy to use macros.

Mouse

Cheap and long lasting. I love this mouse, especially because it performs the same as a $50 mouse.

Comments

  • 12 months ago
  • 1 point

What are your CPU temps while gaming?

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Depends on the game, on Overwatch (GPU dependent) I get about 36C-40C, and on Geometry Dash (CPU dependent) I get about 40C-43C.

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Pretty good. A relative wants a PC and I am planning on getting an R5 2400g and a case that includes that water cooler for free.

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

Meh, I haven't researched any of the new Ryzen CPUs yet. Best of luck my dude