1st PC build after years of wishing I could. Always a work in progress but at a good stopping point for now so I can start on a Threadripper build! Let me know what you think! I'll post more pictures with the 2070 soon!
Absolutely love it. Great price to performance, can handle decent oc without getting too hot. Gets beat out by the r5 3600 if youre strictly gaming but for streaming and multitasking the two extra cores make a difference!
Nothing too fancy, not the prettiest or flashiest, but with that being said; the price point is great and it can handle moderate oc on my 2700x without making a fuss. Definitely a great watercooled option to not break the bank!
Easy BIOS, solid mobo. Not the greatest to look at but it's still got RGB. Plays nice with memory oc but not the best option if you're really trying to push your CPU, but then again, if you're going for an oc over 4Ghz you're probably looking in the wrong price range of Mobos.
Great for the price. Can handle OC suprisingly well. Haven't had a single issue and each dimm has 5 addressable rgb zones.
I know its a cheap drive, and in it's defense it does its job just fine. But dont advertise 545mb/s sequential speeds if they're not true. I've ran benchmarks on two separate green ssd's and neither of them would break 240mb/s. Save your money and gets a better drive or go ahead and buy a 7200rpm mechanical because the difference in speed wont be that noticable.
Somewhat indestructible for a 7200rpm drive. It just works. I have 2 of these, both are still getting around 180mbps read/write speeds even after a year and a half. You'd have to pay me to pick a seagate over a WD again, (just from personal experience)
This thing is a workhorse. Temps get into the 75-82 range on 1080 ultra with dxr on metro exodus and it works fine. Run fortnite on 1080 ultra with far rendering and can stay around 140hz. Throw a slight overclock on with Afterburner and I have no problem running anything. Streamed at 1440 with FN running 144hz just fine with an oc.