Basically my computer in a nutshell. Fit with less than perfect cable management and cats. You know, Bdogz stuff.
Handles modern day games better than my i3 8350k by a landslide. Was considering staying with a 8th gen i5 but decided to jump to the 9th gen because why not.
Pretty good AIO, better than the EVGA CLC I used previously but the pump noise can get annoying and the price is a little steep for a 240mm radiator. Really cool infinite mirror block though and CAM software is very helpful with overclocking plus has really good customization. Looks amazing in the build and keeps the CPU cool.
Wanted something that looked cool but didn't want RGB RAM as I personally dislike RAM that is RGB. This was very high profile and almost didn't let my NZXT Kraken fit with it's logo right side up but it fit and it looks really good.
This SSD is actually not bad despite it's price point and can boot Windows on my PC at around less than 10 seconds.
Actually does very well in modern games despite the bottleneck issues it has with my CPU. Will be replaced eventually but does hold its weight for what I do with it.
I personally don't like cases with so many curves and lines that it looks like you gave a second grader a ruler and a pencil and told him to draw something. I prefer simple and minimalist cases. While the case looks good with the glass side and LED accent lights in the front. The allen screws on the glass are a pain to remove at times and cable management is difficult to do in this case.
For the price it isn't that terrible and looks good giving ambient light into my case. Airflow was improved with these fans.
Switches are amazing, the lower switch feels better to touch then other Cherry MX switches I have used.
Good, but have had mouse wheel issues with it.