I somehow convinced someone to buy a buncha parts and let me build it. Games like a charm at 1080p. I did some nice cable management since he bought a case with a window.
This CPU shot up to 100% installing Onedrive but i task manager'd that. As long as you keep your expecations low it games pretty good.
This motherboard appears quite brown in pictures. The quick start guide is pretty good. The I/O shield didn't go in particularly well. Otherwise it's a fine motherboard. Comes with a free mouse on newegg sometimes.
It is RAM. It is 8GB. It works. It's RAM what do I even say?
Probably the best HDD for 40 dollars. WD is a damn good brand and windows loads in about 50 seconds.
Budget card that can run TF2 at 200FPS. Pretty nice. 1 fan is an interesting choice, but it's pretty big. Has a sizable heatsink. Bigger than it looks.
For 20 dollars, how bad could it be? I asked myself. Comes with 3 annoying short cabled cords. The PCI-E covers were annoying to take off and the "manual" was a printed piece of paper in black and white. But it works and it looks very nice. Incredibly satisfying power button.
This PSU had a VERY VERY sketchy cable. It kept clicking when moved around. I thought it was dead but it wasn't. Has no switch. Only recommended on a tight budget.
Cost 3 dollars on ebay lol
Came free with the motherboard. Tracks like **** on glass/paper but works fine otherwise. Good for 15 dollars. Kinda plasticy.
Literally the cheapest mech on amazon. Surprisingly good.