Hello. This is my first PC that I built on my own. I use this PC for gaming, web browsing and streaming. I don't do any video editing or those heavy stuffs so I know you'll say over-kill for sure. My old PC was an Alienware i7 920 which I bought 6 years ago so it's time for a new one. I named my old PC Titan due to its size and heavy weight so I just name this Titan-II, can't really think of a unique name.
The parts marked as $0.00 were reimbursed by my company. My monitor is a Samsung S27B970D which I bought 4 years ago. Its only 60hz but image quality is excellent. Screen tearing is annoying though so I'm saving up money for the Asus pg348q, or hoping something cheaper and better comes along.
My cable management needs work but its under my desk and no window so I won't be looking at it often but I don't think its too bad. I'll probably buy some cable mod stuffs and noctua fans in the future if I have spare money. I could've save some money on some parts too but I didn't want to wait for the shipping. I bought all these from ncix & memory express in Vancouver. Anyways, I just wanted to share.
Really fast but I came from an i7 920. Runs cold.
Big. Fans are a bit loud on performance mode but I have it on silent so I barely can hear it.
XMP'ed so easy. Runs stable. Great looking.
Has my OS installed. Boots up Windows 10 in 13 seconds.
Where I install my games. Loads so fast.
Long card. I can run The Witcher 3 on 1440p on ultra with Hairworks to the max.
Love the minimalistic design and sound dampening materials.
It's PSU. Great Brand.
MX brown - love the tactile feel. Noise is tolerable but it was loud at first use. Maybe I'm just not use to it.
Not for oily or sweaty hands like mine due to it leaves marks. But excellent mouse. Light weight and great tracking. I don't really care about the marks due to I play on a dark room and won't stare at the mouse anyways.