I have always wanted to build a PC from scratch and now I have.
i5 6500 - Best budget to performance CPU out there. Although I wish I would have went with the 6600k just for overclocking.
Hyper 212 - Great cooler for price had a hard time following instructions and was very frustrating install on an lga1151 motherboard (since directions did not specify for 1151). I ended up playing with it and eventually figured it out. Another con is that is isn't that aesthetically pleasing. If I would have gotten a 6600k I would have went with a Corsair H115i.
GA-Z170XP-SLI - I know I can't overclock with the 6500 but I do eventually want to get a overclockable CPU and do want to go SLI eventually.
Hyper X Fury DDR4 2133 - Best RAM for the money looks great and makes DDR3 obsolete (in my opinion).
PNY CS1311 120gb SSD - Great SSD and amazingly cheap. Windows 10 boots faster than my monitor (around 10-15 seconds is my rough estimate). Although being 120gb is quite small and I will have to upgrade in the future.
WD 1TB - Having big problems with this HDD. When I tried to install Windows 10 Home 64 bit it would to detect this HDD. Tried to load drivers that wouldn't work either. So far this one part is making my rig an expensive paper weight. If you have any tips please help!!!
Edit: Formatted the Hard Drive and now works great for mass storage.
GTX 960 4gb - Great GPU and looks great. With all of the new games coming out using a bunch of VRAM I had to get the 4gb edition and it was only $10 more when I bought it. Want to eventually upgrade to 1070 or 1060 depending of finacial situation.
NZXT S340 - Love this case and it looks great. One thing I need to do is get the NZXT Hue Plus so I can see all of the cool parts. Other wise that Windows is really not much of help because it is too dark anyways.
EVGA Supernova 650 - Great PSU love the modularity would not get a non modular power supply especially with the S340 does not have much room to shove extra cables.
Windows 10 Home 64 bit - As I mentioned before I can't get this installed due to it not detecting HDD. Very frustrating and I can't write much of a review for it as of now.
GN246hl - Great monitor! Cheap and 144hz with a 1ms delay best bang for your buck.
CM Storm Devestator - Great if your on a budget. However, the included mouse is really weird. The mouse bumps out where your thumb sits. Also, the space bar is really bad I don't really have a better word than mushy. It is really uncomfortable when you push down on it. Although, despite all of the cons, I can't really conplane for the price.
That concludes my build. I doubt any read this far
Great quad core CPU can't go wrong with it.
Works amazingly but looks really ugly.
It has an ugly brown PCB when u take pictures with the flash on. It's a good motherboard but there are better options out there.
The one thing I don't regret in my build! Great RAM I would reccomend this for anyone who is building a gaming rig.
I would go with the 240gb model it is only $15 more depending on the pricing at the moment.
It works fine pretty quiet too.
If you can find this card for $120 it is worth it but since the new GPUs came out it has a hard time pulling its weight in the price to performance category.
I scratched the window and side panels. I scratched the window using a regular cloth that I use to clean the windows in my house. I thought it would be fine and now my window looks horrible. The side panels got scratched from laying them down on the carpet. I didn't even slide them. I love how the case holds all my parts but I basically ruined it by trying to clean it. I will never recommend this case ever again.
It works. I wish it didn't have the braided cover over the cables I like to just see the cables it looks a lot cleaner but I won't let that bring the review down.
Great starting monitor. The stand is incredibly wobbly and has ugly orange sparkly accents.
The only gripe I have is with the space bar. It is incredibly loud and mushy.