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This build is a long, long, story. About 7 months ago, I joined this wonderful site we call pcpartpicker.com, and started planning a budget build, being as broke as I am. The first iterations, which I have since deleted, were not great, to say the least. Eventually, I got the money to buy the parts, and in early December, I bought them. Everything but the CPU cooler and the fan were here within a day of being shipped (thanks, FedEx), but the cooler and the fan sat in a distributing facility literally 15 MILES AWAY for about 3 days. How hard can this be, FedEx?Seriously.
After assembling it, which took about two hours, I hooked it up to the monitor, plugged it in to the power, and pressed the power button. And.......
So first I went and powered everything down, and then stressed for hours about what could possibly be wrong. Eventually, one RAM and GPU removal and reinstallation later, the PC booted up perfectly to BIOS.
It works very well and is actually very quiet, and the BIOS is very, very easy to navigate through. Overall, this has been an experience I would happily do again, if I could ever afford it.
Worked fine, good budget performance.
Lots of USB3 in the back, as well as an HDMI and a DVI-D. Love it.
Worked fine after I fixed my stupid mistakes.
Plenty powerful for my needs so far, and the fact that it needs no external power connector helped me with cable management a lot.