This is my first build. It's made for little gaming and do usual stuff. My goal was to make nice mATX build. And to be quite quiet. I did little overclocking on cpu and gpu. Tested in user benchmarks, it did very good. Tried a little GTA V, seems to be legit.

UPDATE 03/02/2018

Updated the video card. From Gainward Phoenix GTX 1060 6Gb to Asus ROG STRIX GTX 1070 Ti 8Gb Finally great video card.

UPDATE 04/11/2018

I haven't updated the part list for some time. 9 months ago I updated to Razer Ornata keyboard and Kingstone Pulsefire FPS mouse. 6 months ago I updated to Kingstone HyperX Cloud Stinger headphones. 4 months ago I added 2 be quite pure wings 2 fans 92mm and 120mm. 1 month ago I updated to Samung CHG70 27" monitor.

Part Reviews


1 year of duty and have no problems. Runs great @ 4.4Ghz

CPU Cooler

I have it 1 year and runs perffect, super silence.


After 1 year I can tell it's good for value. After newest bios update in 2018 I have some problems with overclocking.


Cheap, does the job for it's money, not very fast.

Video Card

Super happy with this asus gpu.


For the price, best mATX case.

Power Supply

Great, But could be mor quiter.

Case Fan

Great for the price,

Case Fan

Great for the price,


Nice monitor, but bit too expensive.


Love this keyboard


Great sound and quallity for the price. I want to be more thigh and hinge to stay the way its was set, very lose.

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  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

GoodRAM SSD? Nice :D

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeap, at the momen't best value for money what I can get.

  • 41 months ago
  • 2 points

your build is definitely awesome !!! good job with the cable management looks neat, but I'd suggest you upgrade that SSD later down the line from a more reputable company like Samsung, Hyper X or OCZ, I can't trust an SSD brand called GOODRAM lol

  • 41 months ago
  • 2 points

Just because it's not such a well known brand doesn't make it bad.

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks. Latter on my plan is upgrade to M2 ssd. Mush faster than standard ssd.