This build was meant to be built for Christmas as a gift to my brother, but as time went on it became obvious that he needed a PC now for several reasons. Due to this I got to work on finding the best price to performance PC for my brother and ended up with this system. The name Endor comes from a cow that my brother used to walk and counters the name of my PC, Gerald which is masculine as compared to feminine. Another counter of the two builds is the blue color scheme. This was mostly based around the RAM, for the color of the RAM, is blue (don't think about the wording of that sentence to much, I know my English is awful) . The one game I have bench marked, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege, achieves an average frame rate of 120 fps on very high settings preset, and due to the high refresh rate of the monitor the gloriously high frame rate can be enjoyed to the fullest extent. Overall my brother and I both enjoy the computer and hope that it will last long into the future.
This processor is amazing, compared to the one in my build. A very noticeable difference is seen in video editing and games run much smoother on this chip. Very happy with the performance and price!
A quiet, small, and easy to install cooler. It blocks no RAM slots on the motherboard I own and keeps the CPU at a reasonable temperature, even under load.
Very good for it's price range, and while it can't overclock the CPU very well, for it is a B150 board, the crossfire support as well as its good design make it a great motherboard.
Looks very good and is very affordable. The only downside is the lack of control over the LEDs, but I do quite enjoy what it adds to the build.
Plenty of storage, and it hasn't failed yet!
Looks great and cable management is a breeze with this case. Would recommend!
For the price it gives enough power to my PC and has enough left over that if I ever decide to add a second RX 480 I have that option. The PSU also has a bronze efficiency rating which is a huge plus considering that the energy bill is already high enough.
You need it. If you want to play anything other than Minecraft your going to need windows, for there is a lack of support for games on Linux at the moment.
Wireless Network Adapter
For the price it is a great adapter. Only issue was driver install, but other than that a good product.
Cheapest 1ms 144hz freesync 24" monitor on the market currently and runs like a champ. No problems thus far.
Price to performance the best of any GPU currently and runs all games that I own so far, at a 60 fps or greater on 1080p ultra. As for the cooler it is silent and allows for a great overclock on the core clock. Another great card from Sapphire and AMD.