This build is used for gaming, web browsing, and as an all purpose desktop. This build was using a combination of old and new parts. I updated to using a SSD and went from a g4560 Pentium cpu to an i5 7600k. And, yes, I know my cable management sucks, but my fan headers are scattered all over the board. I would like to get a better gpu in the future. Prices for GPUs right now aren't reasonable, so I might wait a bit to update.
Edit: Took of the front hdd bay and moved my ssd and hdd up to the second 5.25 drive bay. Also moved some fans around and tried to clean up some of the cables.
April 2018 Update: Added in an AIO and bumped my CPU OC to 4.6 Cooler is a bit loud at higher temps but this could be fixed by adding in some nicer fans. It keeps my temp a lot lower than my previous cooler (hyper T4) and allows for a higher OC. I could probably push the OC a bit further, but right now it suits my needs where it is currently set.
Works well. Still tinkering with OC. I know I'm behind a generation, but I wanted a cpu that was compatible with my old B250 motherboard until I purchased a new motherboard.
Fans are a bit loud. But it does the job and keeps my cpu <70 degrees Celsius during prime 95 testing with my cpu OC at 4.6ghz
Has two internal usb 3 headers, allows for OC of ram and CPU, has more expansion slots than I plan on using, and has several M.2 slots if I ever need to use them.
Bought one stick before the ram prices rose and one stick after the price increase. Ram works well at advertised rates.
It's nice. I used it for a boot drive and it has allowed for a fast boot and has made game loading times much faster.
Used for storage of pictures, videos, and other large files. It isn't loud and I have had no issues with the drive.
Bought as an open box deal. When the gpu prices where starting to climb. Works well for what I play. Medium to High settings on most games in 1080p.
Bit of a tight fit for cables but other than that a very good case.
Power supply works well and supplies more than I need for power. The GPUs I am looking at as possible upgrades (1060 6gb or 1070 8gb) would be able to be powered by this supply with a little wiggle room left over.
Cheep but works well.
Wireless Network Adapter
Not the worlds best wifi adapter but it meets my needs.
Fan are quiet and move an okay amount of air. Nothing special but they are a nice quality for the price.