My first pc build. I love RGB and thought gigabyte parts looked amazing. I made sure to have the entire system operate under one RGB program, because this is gigabyte, that program was RGB Fusion. It runs beautifully and I love, hope anyone seeing this feels the same. I don't even need to get into how much of a powerhouse this thing is.
The fans looks amazing, but can't handle my i9-9900k when fully overclocked. It can get a little loud but stays silent in most situations.
I functions great, but there are a few flaws. I wanted to get 32gigs of this ram, but that meant I had to buy this twice. In addition, there is no version that does not include the two demo modules; so, if you don't plan on using them, then too bad. Also the RGBs don't blend together in the best way, so when showing multiple colors, you can clearly see the lines between the different lights.
Enough with the bad now with the good, the two demo modules means you can fill all 4 slots without spending extra cash. The titanium plates are beautiful and the rams looks amazing when stacked against each other. It's also 16 gigs of 3200mhz ram at a reasonable price and you can't go wrong with that.
One of the best SSD's on the market. What can I say.
Functions as expected of a high end 2080ti card. It's one of the highest factory overclocked 2080ti's on the market, in addition to a staggering 4 year warranty, which is a sure sign of quality.
Looks beautiful, great airflow, a panel on the back that lets you cover up any undesirable cable management, not hat you need it because cable management is a breeze on this case. I would recommend a Cooler Master MF140mm ARG fan tor replace the one in the back, because it is not RGB.
Does it's job, super efficient, fully modular, extremely quiet, nuff said.