I built this PC as a step into pc gaming. my goal was to play most games at 1080p medium to high settings with reasonable frame rates. It does exactly that. I am for the most part completely satisfied with the build. But after building the system, there are a few things I would change. Such as when creating a parts list for this build, I had completely overlooked the fact that the board was micro ATX in a full sized ATX case. It's not that big a deal but the system does look at bit odd with the space. it did bring around a few challenges when building too. So, as of right now, the mobo is being held in with only screws simply because i wasn't able to reinstall the standoffs in the correct locations. The other thing is only having one stick of ram. It's good for upgrade ability but with a system like this (one that I do not plan on upgrading), I would have preferred the 2x4 kit. P.S. sorry for the bad pics its all i could get with what I had.
Slightly overpriced but good performance for a dual core.
Fairly basic mobo. But I liked the fact that it hes an m.2 slot.
Nothing bad to say about this ram at least in my experience with it.
A well built hard drive that is reliable. It's nowhere near as fast as an ssd and it shows. its a shame I couldn't fit one into my budget.
Good gpu for the price but an extra gig of vram would have been welcome.
Absolutely beautiful case for people on a tight budget. It's big and easy to build in for first timers like me. And the psu shroud makes cable management so much easier.
450W and an 80+ Bronze certification. As of right now its holding up nicely but with its cheap price it makes me wonder when my system is going to blow up.