Really good, the power supply is a bit overkill.
Indeed it is a tad overkill for the current build, but I wanted the buyer to have the option to add another 580 in SLI, a blu ray player and possibly another hard drive without having to even remotely worry. It still leaves about 200w overhead with said upgrades though, so you are correct.
good build if you count in the futre upgradeability. +1
Indeed, though most don't consider the possibility of future upgrades, avoiding a complete tear down and all the hassles that go along with it. People appear to prefer to buy something they're going to have to replace in a few years, and if that's the case...why not shop at a big-box store?
On a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being extremely easy, and 10 being "ripping your hair out" difficult, hoe easy would you say this was to put together?
The case is very well thought out, and it shows as you progress with your build...I'd give it an 2 or so. Add in the convenience of a semi-modular PSU, preinstalled fans, and cable management that I could have taken better advantage of and you have a winner of a build.
OK, thanks, I'm looking to build a gaming pc, and am looking for a starting build just to use before I really know what I'm doing
Is there still room to upgrade part and add in more parts?
And how did you get it to light up?
Indeed, it had plenty of room to grow.