As mainly using this build for gaming, it performs very well compared to my old laptop. Easily crushing any game I have tested so far on maxed out ultra settings, it definitely works for what it is intended for. Having the upgrades from an integrated to dedicated GPU and 500gb of hard drive storage, to the M.2 SSD boot drive and program storage and 2TB hard drive for holding my servers and other assorted files. Having gotten this for the price of $1149.23, I am extremely satisfied with my build quality (though my cable managing skills need some major work considering the non-modular PSU). I rate things very lightly as you may tell, hahah.
Magnificent under load, once again comparing to my old laptop.
The structure is very sturdy and well built, didn't snap when it probably should've when I applied way more force than I probably should've.
Fast RAM and plenty of it for my needs, enough said.
Very fast SSD, especially coming from upgrading from a 500gb 5400RPM HDD, easily crushes at ten second or less boot times from complete shut down. Although it slows down tremendously by being filled with the programs I use almost every day, and it is extremely noticeable.
Plenty of storage at a great price, couldn't ask for more.
Coming from integrated graphics, this crushes any game I have thrown at it so far.
Not great cable management with bad airflow opportunity with the holes in the case. Should've revised before purchase. EDIT: The only case fan broke completely after ~9 months of use.
It supplies my computer with power, don't have anything else to say 'bout it.
Great display quality with a decent refresh rate. Extremely satisfied for the cost.
Pros: Good key feel and quality, RGB on point.
Cons: Lights to show caps lock, scroll lock, and numlock sometimes don't light up when active.