I know, its spelled Chimera. Hush.

This computer has a bit of a story attached to it. I've only spent about $150.

The Sentey case, the A10, 8GBs of the RAM, the 2TB HDD, the Windows 7 key(upgraded to 10) and the TX3 all came from one friend as a... gift, let's call it. I bought the motherboard, the SECOND 8GBs of RAM, the 1TB HDD, and the 750 Ti from ANOTHER friend for $100. I bought the power supply at full price.

Originally, I had used the parts from the FIRST friend to build HIM a computer(I've built about six not counting my own for the friends of mine who are too afraid to do it themselves). He decided to upgrade it himself later. He swapped out the card we had gotten him for an R9 270X, and in the process he lost a screw. He had no idea where it went. Turns out, it went into the power supply. It ended up frying the PSU and the GPU. He was furious with himself, so he just gave me the husk and bought a gaming laptop.

Then, six months later, my other friend decides to build himself an all new computer. He tells me that he knows I've been trying to save up money for a new machine, and he sells me all the parts I still need for only $100.

Put them all together, got myself a new keyboard from Wal-Mart(its a fantastic mechanical keyboard by the way, its backlit and you can switch it between yellow, green and red) and got two older 1600 by 1200 monitors as gifts from a family member and wallah, new gaming computer!

I used the 1TB hard drive for a clone right after I built myself the thing. I hate having to reinstall Windows and deal with the activation robot, so I decided I wasn't going to bother with it. Anyway, thats my rig.

A10-5800K 3.8GHz(stock) Cooler Master Hyper Tx3 Asus F2A85-M/CSM Micro ATX PNY XLR8 8GB RAM Kit 8GBs of unlabeled RAM in two sticks Seagate Barracuda 1TB HDD Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD EVGA GTX 750 Ti Superclocked ACX Sentey CS1-1410 Plus ATX Tower EVGA 500W PSU Windows 10(Upgraded from 7) Logitech M100 Mouse Blackweb Centaur Gaming Keyboard Creative Labs Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset Dell 2007FP 1600 by 1200 60Hz monitor(x2)

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