It was a joke xD
PC Master Race! I always argue with my Mac-loving teachers about PC's superiority!
Also, I love android and wholeheartedly recommend it over iPhone.
It came from one of my family's apple products xD
Haven't tried pushing it too much, but I'm at 4.4Ghz I believe. Thanks :D
It's amazing! I love it. Can barely stand 60 fps now lol
Well... If you didn't read the paragraph, I started off with a 280, but I had problems with it so I RMA'd it (It's a year or so old). I received an upgrade of a 390, so I didn't have to spend money on it. Buying a new graphics card like the 1070 or 1080 would be a waste of money for me for such a little upgrade.
I used them for the case wires, Other than that, I just decided it would be easier to make sure everything works without using the cable management. I like the case so far. At first, it was really loud. After I installed the aftermarket CPU cooler, everything was a lot quieter. I really like the look of the case, and the LEDs are very bright on it, like most other reviews say.
Yes, I'm a student. I'm 15 actually :) And thanks for the tip
I wanted 16GB just so I wouldn't have to upgrade it in the near future. Also, the price difference wasn't all that great to me, so I went with the better variant in my eyes. The RAM is a bit overkill, but I will hopefully use this build for minor video editing in After Effects and possibly use Photoshop. Thanks for the suggestion though :)
Thanks :D I will. After you add the description and save it, there should be a button where the pictures should be saying choose photos or something like that.
Thanks! When I started planning, I decided I'd try out AMD, because I've only had Intel and Nvidia stuff, and AMD seemed like a good bang for my buck. No, I didn't have to update the BIOS, although I had the same question, I looked it up and saw that the note was for a very rare occurence for old components. The RAM is a bit overkill, but I will hopefully use this build for minor video editing in After Effects and possibly use Photoshop. I had a hard time choosing between 16 GB and 8 GB, so I decided that what I chose would be the best so I would not have to upgrade in the future for a while. I was also debating on the PSU, but this site said that I was running only around 413W, so I decided to go with the 500W for a cheaper build. Thanks for the suggestions :D