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My first build. Its works well, and has pretty good temps. It gets 220+ FPS on games like CS:GO, and an average of like 90 FPS on Fortnite on medium-ish settings. (And sorry for my bad camera quality)
11/24/18 - added Toshiba TR200 240GB SSD
Great CPU, for $100 it has 4 cores, you can overclock it pretty high, and the stock cooler is more than decent!
Good budget B350 board. 2 M.2 slots, 3 fan headers, and USB-C for a cheap price.
Works well, looks nice, and got mine to overclock to 2800.
Definitely faster than a hard drive, and drastically decreased my boot time. I had some issues after cloning my HDD and had to update to the Windows 10 October update to speed up the boot time, but after that everything was great! It's not as fast as other SSD's though, might go with a Samsung or Crucial SSD next time.
A typical 1tb hard drive, works fine, what else can I say.
With graphics card prices so high right now, I decided I was just going to get a GTX 1050, but then my grandpa got this one for me at Micro Center, and he didn't really care about the price. Anyway, it's a great card! It can get well over 60fps on games like CS:GO.
Good budget case, the only cons are that there's only 1 included fan, the I/O is in a weird place on the side of the case, and the cable management is not the greatest. Other than that, it's a pretty good case, and I like the triangular design on the front.
Nice semi-modular PSU. Works fine so far, and I got it on sale on Amazon.
Works fine, but it can get pretty slow if you are far away from your router.
Nice fans, and the LED's look good too.