This computer is used for gaming, programming(C, C++, Java, Android), and of course, general use. I don't have as much time to play games as I used to, but when I do, it runs like a champ.
Problems? Oh boy. I originally realized I had not placed heat sinks on the VRMs, so I ripped the VRM heat sink off the old cooler. This is all fine and dandy, but I made the mistake of doing that without disconnecting the cards from the loop. This loosened the fittings on one of the blocks significantly, and caused a leak. Luckily for me, the computer was still off when I noticed. I use food coloring to color the loop. I initially used red, but it faded in a few days, so it looked like crap. I switched it to black, and I'm so glad I did. Not only does it look amazing, it also won't fade. While I was installing the water cooling loop, I didn't notice a screw slid under the motherboard. Of course, it caused short-circuiting. After I removed it, there were no problems until recently. Probably going to have to replace it soon. Annnd the final problem is a dead pump in the CPU AIO. Still keeps the CPU cool, but Corsair approved it to be RMA'd.
In the near future, I intend to throw in another 360mm radiator, replace the motherboard, and get an MX red or brown keyboard.
Before water cooling the graphics cards, they would easily reach 93 C.
Overclocks well and runs well. What's there to complain about?
I happened to get a bad one, but that doesn't mean it's a bad product. If it works well with a dead pump, I'm sure it will be great with a working one.
Great board until I essentially sent it to its death.
Fast, reliable, and a decent price.
AMD has disgraceful customer service. The cards are good, though.
It's a good price for such a roomy case, but they did skimp on the build quality. The thumb screws for the side panels are difficult to get in, and the PCI lane thumb screws require a screwdriver.
Terrible drivers. Keys stick all the time. Not to mention I've had to reinstall Razer Synapse multiple times to get it to launch.
They sound fantastic!