90% for gaming, needed an update because the original ran hot and the GPU was getting outdated. I also realized how cable management works going behind the motherboard... embarrassing i know.

Couple thing i didn't count on (1) M.2 isn't supported with my Mobo, so its a storage drive, but i cant boot from it (2) tiny screw on M.2 board adapter is a pain in the @$$ (3) Radiators are so big they interfere with RAM clearance

I could buy a new Mobo to fix both of these, but i am happy with the build

11/26/2017: I do not recommend M.2 drives and adapters with this Mobo. I have since removed the adapter and the drive.

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  • 28 months ago
  • 1 point

Ayy, I used to have an i7-4820k