This build was for members of my community that do not have access to a computer at home and may need one. At this time, the plan is to build seven of this computers and donate them to Mercy Mall of Midlothian for people in need to reach out and receive these free of charge.
I had a budget of $2500 and allocated some money to purchasing parts for computers we already had and allocated the rest to these new computers. They will have Windows 10.
I apologize for the Cable Management, the case did not allow for much to be routed very well.
I have not received the wireless network adapter, I will update this when I have.
For the price, this thing is a beast, I mean for a $70 3.5GHz Dual-Core it runs simple tasks amazingly.
I wish I could have found a Motherboard with two dimm slots but I am not complaining, this is an excellent motherboard. Except the fact I ordered it from B&H and a fan header pin was bent, which I bent back.
Its RAM, what else can I say, its really fast and reliable for a great price.
Its a simple, cheap, and fast drive. I haven't had it long enough to know when it will fail.
This is a very small case, and if you have a MicroATX motherboard then the largest cable management slots will be covered. I found it hard to route my cables and the case was oddly oriented when it came to routing my cables. But I cannot complain for how much it cost. This is a great case if you do not care about cable management.
This is a great PSU, my only complaint is I wish it had longer Sata Power cables, that can be solved by CableMod though.
It seems to make some noises that seem out of the ordinary to me but besides that this works great!