Description

Black and Blue was not the colour scheme I was hoping for, but in my case, it was the best choice. This features an old Intel Chip, an I5 4690K and a very budget friendly Graphics Card, the GTX 1050 (2GB). Most games I've played on this computer play well, above 70 fps or more, these games being Call of Duty : World War 2, Rust, Counter Strike : Global Offensive having medium settings or below.

The Razer keyboard is a great peripheral. But not for recording, I recently created a weekly schedule for videos that I post on my YouTube channel, and while I finally have crystal clear audio, you can still hear the clicking of the keyboard. If it wasn't for YouTube I'd have no problems. The same goes with my mouse (Logitech G203 Prodigy,) its very loud, if not for YouTube, it would be fine.

Part Reviews

CPU

Great processor for its time. Works well within modern games and editing programs.

CPU Cooler

Great cooler for its price. Would like to see larger heat-sink and fan.

Motherboard

Great motherboard, has plenty of overclocking ability's and features.

Storage

Super fast loading speeds when OS is installed on this drive!

Storage

Does what it's meant to, and it does it reliably.

Video Card

Amazing budget graphics card, 4 stars because it's 2 GB version.

Case

Great build quality, wish there was better cable management, and a PSU shroud.

Power Supply

Quiet, and provides all the power needed.

Monitor

Couldn't ask for more with the price I got it for.

Keyboard

Everything is great about this keyboard, just very loud clicks.

Mouse

Amazing quality for the a very low price!

Headphones

Great build quality, amazing aesthetics. Wish there was more clamping force.

Speakers

Low priced and gives you everything you pay for.

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Comments

  • 5 months ago
  • 2 points

hey, nice build and photography. How is the 75hz monitor for gaming over a 60hz monitor?

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! It's certainly a lot smoother than using my old 60hz monitor. As its not that big of a change and does make quite a difference. It means you don't need to majorly upgrade your computer, or at all.

  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

Cool. Yeah I am pretty experienced with builds themselves(despite my username), but I have never really cared for monitors as my 60hz dell monitor has sufficed until recently. So if a 75hz monitor is a significant upgrade I can't imagine how much better a 144hz monitor will be. Happy PC building and enjoy the PCMR!

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks!

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  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Comments like this are not appropriate for this site.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

My bad, will refrain from further such comments.