This PC is a replacement for my old laptop that got water damaged. The one thing that impressed me the most is the GPU, it holds 60FPS @60Hz like a dream. If you're wondering why I did not get a CPU cooler, it came with the processor. (Sorry for the subject changes, I want to compile as much information as possible). I bought three extra fans for the case, of course RGB. They run about on average 1100rpm. The fan that came with the case runs 1200rpm, the CPU fan runs 1800rpm, the GPU fan runs 3400rpm, I don't know about the PSU fan but I'll guess it's around 1800-2000rpm. I had the old hard drive from the laptop with windows 10 home on it, I had to make a lot of calls with confused tech support to get the windows 10 product key. I also come to believe there is malware on my hard drive because it runs at 90-100% usage a lot. If you guys can help me with this in the comments, that would be greatly appreciated. I am thinking about getting a 1TB or 2TB SSD to see if that will help with file management and hopefully fix the overloaded 500GB hard drive. Funny thing, sometimes when I boot the PC, the optical drive thinks its a hard drive and starts spinning really fast, lol. I suggest getting some thermal paste with the little spreading tool so if you mess up with the cpu cooler heat sync you can fix the thermal paste. (I will add more later about how to build this PC, and what obstacles to look out for).
The Processor itself works well, it keeps up with what I do on the PC. I auto overclocked it about 0.2-0.6GHz, the fastest I have clocked it was at about 3.873GHz (With fan cooling people) The fan that came with it keeps it nice and cool under load 30-45C with the auto overclock. Also get some thermal paste with the spreader tool if you are a beginner, its tricky to put the stock cooler on.
The manual was very straight forward on how to wire the parts to the motherboard. I wish I could say the same for the case's manual.
This RAM works well for Budget Builders and I will be upgrading to 3000mhz 2x8GB I can not put faster ram than that because of my cpu.
Does as described, runs a nice 65mbps on read/write. It handles processes much better than my 2014 model wd blue hard drive
Holds 60FPS @1080p @60hz very well. I Totally recommend this for budget builders, but if you have a few extra hundred dollars I suggest getting a 1660. Like an ASUS Phoenix single fan OC
The case itself is very nice, although the manual is not very clear on removing the top and front panel so you can install case fans.
Powers my PC well, I am not complaining.
As you probably know from the description, this hard drive occasionally spins really fast on boot-up. Other than that it is a good optical drive.
Its Windows 10 Home.