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

Part Reviews


Awesome cpu , comes with a very nice stock cooler and has 8 cores , shattering cinebench r15 cpu test

CPU Cooler

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

Video Card

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

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  • 15 months ago
  • 2 points

This is impressive for a first build! Very well done. +1

  • 15 months ago
  • 2 points

Are you doing any video rendering or editing with this build?

  • 15 months ago
  • 2 points

Beautiful build mate! How have you been finding that AIO? Was thinking of grabbing one for my 2600 and it seems like that model is the only one at a reasonable price for me right now.

  • 12 months ago
  • 2 points

thanks! sorry for the late reply. the ml240l is a great budget aio with very good cooling capabilities. it can be abit loud when the cpu is on load but other than that it has great rgb and cools the cpu good

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

For your video card do you mean farenheit instead of celcius.

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

yes , i meant celcius. the room temperature in my country is pretty hot , from 30 to 35 °C so my temps are really bad.