After about a month or so of watching build videos and buying a prebuilt that I still regret, I decided to build my first gaming computer. I have a friend that is good with computers and builds his friends computers all the time, but I wanted to do this by myself. I asked him if he would take 2 hours of his time (turned out to be about 4 hours because, again, its my first build) to WATCH me build it and see if I messed up anywhere. It works pretty damn good, so I guess I didnt mess up. But I did about 2 weeks of research for the parts until I found exactly what I was looking for. (And another day because I had to find parts for this case instead of an ATX like I was gonna get). My only regret is getting the graphics card I have listed because you cannot see the ROG logo on the motherboard that lights up as well or vise versa with the motherboard. I had a little trouble with the CPU power cables and the top fans because of the radiator. When going to take the radiator out, you need to take the motherboard out to do so. The CPU power cables get stuck under the fans to where you cannot disconnect the cables. But other than that, this build was so worth it. Yes it runs Minecraft. It runs GTAV at 90-120 FPS, Rainbow Six at 110 FPS, and Fortnite at 120-140 FPS (All on max settings).