My third build, and the first one for me. A hybrid cooled 1080 Ti, AIO'd r5 2600, 16gb of RGB ram, custom cables, 2.5 TB of SSD storage, high class peripherals and all for under $2500. The backplate should be RGB but it's a 5v and that fact wasn't really advertised anywhere so it sparked violently when i plugged it into my 12v RGB header.
I shoved a cut up RGB strip into my NZXT G12 which is why it lights up the way it does.
New 21:9 120hz 3440x1440 monitor, the legendary Dell AW3418DW!
Replaced RGB backplate.
Up next: Zen 2, 32GB of ram. Then, i'm done for a few years. Thanks for upvoting!
It's a 6 core CPU. for $149. 2 years ago, that cash would be getting you a **** tier 2 core CPU. So, uh, yeah. 5 stars for sure.
Was obnoxiously loud for the first hour or so, but is now running nice and quiet and keeping my heavily overclocked 1080 Ti below 80 C. (wouldn't have been able to OC nearly this high without it.)
It is gorgeous. Absolutely recommend it. Whisper silent, super high quality fans, RGB, and a completely unique look for under $110. From what i've heard, some of them can leak, but i've also heard stories of deepcool replacing entire rigs when that happens. 5 stars from me.
4/5 because there is not a 5v RGB header. Otherwise, flawless.
Pair two sets of these up, and you'll have a 4 slot RGB rig for only $10 more than a regular set of ram. Fantastic. (i actually bought the 3200 variant, but still just as reliable)
2TB? Reliable brand name ? SSD? 5 stars, instantly. been using for a few months, no issues.
4 out of 5 stars because NZXT still refuses to allot a bump on the rear panel for easier cable storage.
it's a power supply. Modular too. Yep.
This keyboard is BUTTER SMOOTH. I tried so many before i settled on this one. The smoothest, clickiest linear keys on the market.
I thought spending $100 on a mouse was retarded. Until i used this one. So worth it.