This is my first PC build. Build is intended for 4K gaming and to develop my personal software projects. Build is not fully completed yet as I plan to get additional storage, upgrade peripherals and replace stock case fans with something else. I may also add some extra RGB in case but I'm not really into that.
As this is my first build, some of choices may not be the best ones (although I did a plenty of research) but currently everything seems to be working fine. I could've managed cables better, especially on back panel side but i did not want to invest more time in that currently.
I haven't done any overclocking yet. That will come when I fully finish the build. I will then update reviews and temps.
Prices are high but that's how it is in my country unfortunately. :/
I think it does a decent job keeping my CPU cool when combined with Noctuas but I don't like the software very much as I'm having an issues with setting fan curves the way I want using CAM software.
A decent board. Had every feature I needed to have and should be good for future OC.
Boots and runs fast. Expensive though.
Using as secondary drive, does the job.
I wanted to go for a Meshify C first as I liked the looks but that case was a bit too small for my needs. I considered other variants (like Define R6) but then Meshify S2 came out. So no more compromises! I liked to work with the case, but front panel may annoy some people a bit because of front I/O wires that prevents panel from being fully removed. This is a variant with tinted glass which looks pretty nice in my opinion.
Overkill for my needs but I wanted to be future-proof. No complaints so far.
I would not recommend these if noise is a concern. But they cool well enough I guess. Also they are great for trolling unsuspicious people when turned to full speed.
Overall it is not bad, it is great for my productivity needs (better that multi-screen setup) but it does not really have any extras that I would like to have in gaming.