Ok so i mainly built this pc so i can game and do some video editing and rendering ... mainly games tho. Oh and by the way , this pc was built maily with the help of my friend. I also wanted to get an M.2 sata drive instead of a 2.5" Sata drive but for whatever reason the shop i bought these components from gave me a 2.5" Sata drive and i did not check...but whatever it was the same price so no big deal.
And now i present to you..... Benchmarks!
Forza horizon 4 (Max settings with short motion blur , 2560x1080p 75 fps capped) Always at 75 fps , gpu usage around 40% and temps at 60C
Counter Strike : Global Offensive (Max settings no motion blur , 2560x1080p fps uncapped) Always stays at around 250-400 fps with temps staying around 60C
Grand Theft Auto 5 (Everything maxed including render distance with no motion blur , 2560x1080p fps uncapped) So heres one that it kind of struggles with , 45 fps around Mount Chilliad , 60-75 fps at the city with a whopping 6gb of vram utilisation at these settings . Temps are also very bad , pc basically turns into an oven at 75C to 85C when fans are at 50% and kinda cools down but not that much at 70C when fans are at 100%
Osu! (Redundant benchmark but i play osu) yeah... 950fps during game
Awesome cpu , comes with a very nice stock cooler and has 8 cores , shattering cinebench r15 cpu test
Great value AIO cooler from CoolerMaster and has very nice RGB lighting , at only $70 USD!!
Awesome motherboard , very nice aesthetics with a clean design
Great memory running at fast speeds and very beautiful RGB lighting
Not a bad choice if you want to choose a boot drive for your pc , and it looks very classy
Awesome card that is not only very fast , but also runs very cool , around 34 Degrees Celcius and can maintain a high clock speed.
Very easy to build in , many IO ports , but the airflow is not so good and can only support a single 120mm case fan / radiator at the top
Wireless Network Adapter
Awesome wifi card , network is very fast
this is a really nice monitor , its ultrawide and ips , pretty large and so far has lasted me 1 year of use with few mishaps. do note that the headphone jack is pretty hard to insert and when its inserted , u need to apply a lot of pressure to pull it out like it is glued in