During the year 2014, I dreamed of making a PC to call my own. At that time, I owned a pre-built rig with a GTX 650 and a crappy AMD processor that I can't even remember the name of. In 2016, I couldn't play anything on that old dinosaur, I thought it was high time I had an upgrade.
This turned out to be way better than I ever dreamed of in 2014. As I said earlier this build started in 2016 and sadly, I couldn't drop 2000$ at age 16, I had to start small. This PC started out with a GTX 1060 3 gig graphics card, and an Intel i3 6100 processor I got for Christmas. It filled my needs with "console-like" performance in the world of PC gaming. Soon after, I got an internship at an engineering firm and acquired enough money to upgrade this to how you see it today.
I don't really have that much to share in terms of the build process, other then it was extremely infuriating being that it was a mini ITX build.
I never did any real benchmarks yet surprisingly, all I know it plays newest titles flawlessly in 4k in high settings. Thermals are not the best, cable management is horrendous inside and the motherboard is not ideal for the parts I have, but overall I'm happy with it.
If you want to know more please let me know!