Yeah, my username says my name. I love computers. I began building guides for my friends at 2014 (I think). My first build (I disregarded prior builds because I can't remember them anymore) is: AMD Athlon II x4 620 with an Asus M4A78-VM motherboard, a 2GB Kingston DDR2 800MHz RAM, a PowerColor HD4650 1GB video card, and a generic PSU. That build rocks for me, I think I was 12 that time. That PC lasted for about 4 years before I upgraded to: AMD A8-5600K with a Gigabyte F2A75H-HD2 (rev 1.0), an 8GB Team Elite DDR3 1333MHz RAM, no video card because it's an APU (I'm on a tight budget that time), generic PSU. That PC lasted for about 4 years also. My current build is: Intel i5-6600K with an MSI B150M Bazooka motherboard, 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2400MHz (2133 is not available so yeah no choice, motherboard only supports 2133MHz), a Sapphire R9 380 2GB, and a Corsair CS750M PSU.

Over the years, I have obtained knowledge about building PCs. I can't say I'm an expert in building PCs but I can somehow give ideas on choosing parts. I can somehow give ideas on what your budget can do.

I am a Sapphire fanboy (yeah, AMD GPUs), SeaSonic fanboy, Corsair fanboy (for RAM).

I'm just here to build guides.