I’ve always wanted a powerful pc and last year I decided it was time for me to build it, so I did my research, I watched countless component reviews and bought the parts (the parts that say 0 dollars I already had them, or they were a gift from someone)
I built this pc for gaming and school work and it is fast the 1060 is a beast and it’s a major upgrade from the AMD A8-6410 Notebook APU that I previously had. The stock intel cooler its loud but its tolerable and the GPU cooler its surprisingly silent in many games like GTA V I get 75+ FPS in 1080p in very high/Ultra and in Battlefront 2 I get 75 fps with drops to the high 60s.
The building process went pretty smooth the only challenge I had was when I was installing the fan due to the design of the node 202 case it was difficult to remove the bottom panel.
After finishing the build and closing the top panel I installed windows and installed my drivers the next day I was ready to start playing with it but the PSU decided it was its time to die so I had to wait till the new PSU arrived (RMA was really difficult due to the place I live in, so I decided it wasn’t worth my time and I bought a SF450 from corsair) and since then the pc still going strong.
Fast processor it destroys games and its four cores make multi tasking a breeze.
Great mother board, the UEFI its easy to navigate the only thing that bothered me was the placement of the HD audio header.
Fast card for its price.
I love how it looks, i wish the bottom panel wasn't that hard to remove and sadly the psu that came included died. otherwise great case.
I can't hear it... and that is a good thing. I love it.
I love how it feels when typing and gaming, and it was very cheap.
Great mouse, it's comfortable to hold in the hand for extended periods of time and its software allows for a lot of customization.