So, finally remembered to share with PCPP this PC that was built in august 2017. Originally had RX 470 Nitro+ 8GB, but unfortunately it died. Got my money back, but due to mining craze was only able to get RX 560, which is OK, because now I have a son so I spend a lot less time playing games, and when I do, I mostly do it on PS4pro instead. Will replace anidees fans, as they don't spin under 1000rpm, therefore too loud for my taste when idling. Rest I'm pleased with. I also have 4k tv plugged in, and G29 mounted on Playseat Challenge for both PC and PS4, which I now rarely use because of my son running around.
Prices are what I paid for in my country, converted to usd.
Great little CPU
Looks gorgeous, cools even better. Cools VRM too
OK board, no problems. Needs more fan headers and RGB options are limited to 7 colors total, no aura sync.
Doesn't go over 3066 in my system, but I needed low profile for cooler compatibility, anyway, pleased with these.
Best (cheapest) 500GB option I could find. I am not too demanding, suits me.
Big enough and cheap enough for me.
Decent performer, but not strong enough for AAA games.
I like it, with PSU on top looks different than regular PC cases of today. Layout gives clean front and top side. Not a lot of space for cables, but comes with GPU bracket, nice touch against GPU sag.
Perfect, 5/7, would buy again. Fully modular, switch for semi-passive fan mode.
Nice looking, nice air moving, but rpm range is high and narrow, 1000-1600. Wish they could go lower for more silence when idling.
Good for the money, FreeSync and 144Hz. Colors washed out and screen is too bright, needs adjusting in OSD. VRR range is 48-144Hz out of the box, but there are beta drivers available to allow 30-144 range. Installing those can be pita, but still excellent results.
After MX518 needed some adjusting to it, but later feels great.
Nice all around, just plastic makes squeaking noises.