To handle gaming, video editing, livestreaming and multi tasking.
Didn't turn out too bad. Never had to turn down gaming settings yet, render times been cut in half, and probably more, when compared to my previous build. Runs really quiet, looks decent, and all around does the job. Even temperatures are lower than I expected. If only I had taken the right hard drives...
This chip isn't that bad. It's outdone itself in gaming and video editing. Just a bit lacking in the automatic boost. If you really want over 4Ghz, you'll have to do it yourself.
Got a 6700k under 70c during benchmarks and around 30c idle. Can't complain. Only issue is the assembly of this thing. This took about 15 - 20 minutes figuring out how to do this, not to mention not having an dedicated lga1151 section on in the manual. Can't say much about it's looks either. It's not great, but it's not an eyesore.
Can't say much. My cpu hasn't fried itself. So I'm happy, I guess.
Not a half bad motherboard. Looks really good with a black a white build, has more than enough Sata ports, didn't put up a fight during assembly and all around does well. If anything, an extra sata cable would be nice.
A couple of incidents of it not running at it's rated speed, but other than that, not bad.
Quick boot times, ability to read large files with ease, and looks great. No complaints.
Eh. Nothing really wrong with it.
Far better than I expected. 300fps+ on Cs Go with maxed settings, runs perfectly well with a 500watt power supply, and looks pretty good aesthetically. Only issue being the inability to effectively overclock memory. A lot of crashes come there. Clock speed is fine, though.
Pretty confusing to work with at first. The tool-less drive cages is a nice addition. A pretty small case, so it fits well on my desk. Just about fits a 212X, and even a 1070 from Evga. My only issue was cable management. There is not nearly enough space at the back to manage cables. But it's a mid tower, what did I expect? :P
No issues. Surprisingly handles a 1070 and a 6700k.
Too many pros to list. My only complaints would be that once you select 144hz, going lower brings around glitches that I cannot explain.
Eh. It's fine. Maybe a more flexible mount?
White is a bit off while configurating colours, but eh. It's still pretty good. Not to mention it's really easy to type, but equally easy to make spelling mistakes if you're not paying attention.
Fits nicely for a palm grip. The software is a bit, eh. But the rest of the mouse is fine.
Underrated and cheap earphones. Audio sounds perfectly fine for me.