I have always wanted to be able to game on PC for a while after going round to someones house and seeing the difference from console. I should have built one earlier but I bought a Surface Pro 4 for uni and realised that it spent all of its time docked at my desk so it was a waste for me. I spend the last few months deciding on parts to buy and deciding what looks the best. Wasn't planning on spending a this much but I thought if I am going to do it I will do it 'properly'.
I really happy with how everything performs except for my monitor. I had one monitor for my Xbox and one for my surface so they are only 60Hz. I will be buying a 1440p 144Hz monitor in coming weeks. Also nearly happy with the looks just need to add some LED's in the case of some sort and some sleeved cables. Also need some longer HDMI cables as you can see them!
Still getting used to using a keyboard and mouse though as I was pretty decent at FPS games on console.
Hope you enjoy!
Perfect for what I need it for. Yet to overclock it.
Looks very nice, very good customisation options and keeps the CPU nice and cool!
Nice bios and all the inputs I need. Also has some white parts which is why I chose it!
3200 was cheaper than the other in white so yeah..
Got it at steal of price on cyber Monday. Not as fast as other but who can complain!
Runs every game that have played on the highest settings. Just need a 1440p monitor and more than 60Hz refresh rate to make the most out of my card. And it has RGB!
Was between normal S340 and the Corsair Carbide 400c then I found this had been just realised in the UK so I went for it as it was the same price as the Corsair but has tempered glass and better cable management :)
Its a highly rated power supply that does what it should do!