This is my second built. I will use it for gaming. I play KOF fighting games and Grim Dawn, so this is an overkill and doesn't make sense at all. But hey it is a pc and it is working so... I live in Turkey and this rig cost me about 8500.-TL, about 1500$. The first part I got was Pulse 56 which was a real bargain. It was 420$, the cheapest RTX 2060 was about 500$ here at that time. After purchasing my GPU I started to get other parts while waiting for Ryzen 3000 series. I bought some fancy stuff like studio headphones (Samson SR850, not listed in PCP) and a RGB keyboard. Not a fan of rgb but in real world I live among ignorant folk who knows nothing about building a pc. So when they see lightning or shiny things or even a tempered glass panel they would think i did something worthy of my cash and time(maybe). Strangely in recent times some of them consulted my wisdom because it is impossible to purchase a gaming laptop. About my pc I have no regrets but I know should buy that Arctic Freezer E-sports Duo. That would be perfect for this kind of build. And about the case. It was a bargain too so no regrets, this is a great case but the problem is, it is too big for a micro atx build. You will see in the pictures there are a lot of space, too much space this should be a smaller case. Thank you for reading this, if you have any questions or comments don't hesitate to share. I love PCP and its community and i will contunie to build new rigs. But not soon...maybe an Athlon 200GE HTPC if they make a cheap mini itx board for that.
Great case. I recommend it if you can find it. The only problem is it is too big for a micro atx built.
This is a very good 144hz 1080p TN panel monitor. And I think it is really a little bigger than a 23,5". At least i feel like that.