So...... My PC build is just a bunch of scrap parts minus the 1600, RAM, and MOBO. I didn't have anywhere to cable manage in the damn case, It triggers me to look at it but it will do till I get a job My future plans for this is just for performance and not aesthetic, I will be later in the year upgrading to a GTX 1660 Super, 240gb SSD, and 16gb DDR4 3200mhz. Later when I start working I will upgrade my PSU to an EVGA 750W GQ Unit, the Cooler Master NR400, and a pack of RGB fans to have optimal airflow.

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This is a great CPU for budget gamers now coming in at 99.12$ it is a steal, it gets up to 50% usage in most games and will be held back by GPU performance. (Unless you're a jackass and put a 2080ti with it)


Good basic motherboard for most needs, only 2 dimm slots though. It has a decent overclocking capability.

Power Supply

Good base starter power supply. I Suggest now days get a 80+ Gold PSU right away and get a 650w or 750w to withstand future upgrades.


Great keyboard love the feel of the Cherry MX Brown switches and it has nice backlight features with the ICUE software.


Good wireless mouse for gaming, its a little chunky , buy G Pro Wireless cuz Beaulo.

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  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

Put all the excess cables in the drive cage

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

I just have to comment when I see a Ryzen 1600. It's by far the best value CPU of recent years. It's cheap enough to be paired with a 1050, yet powerful enough for a 1070 and overclocks on them are amazing considering that it's a 1st gen product.

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

Now just for 99.12$ it is a steal powerful enough to drive a nice starter streaming pc.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

What are your thoughts on that monitor? You're the only build I've seen using it and it looks great for the price point.

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

It has a great picture, but if your looking to be better in games get a 144hz monitor, but the 1440p with the IPS display, makes it look amazing.