Hey, so I've recently built this pc with the help of a friend and some others. Turns out, everything worked out perfectly! When trying to boot first try there was no display but turns out it was the graphics cord that wasn't plugged in properly, lol. Tbh this pc isn't for me and it's for sale now and hoping this will be a job of mine. 1 pc every week is the income I need. Anyways beautiful rig for a beautiful price for us canadians :D. I've learnt a lot from this first build and the next one will prob be a lot easier since I know a lot more then before. Especially since this one took 2 days to finish. Was stressful since I didn't have a Phillips screwdriver and half the time building this I've been dealing with screws falling all over the place, but I loved the feeling when I finished the build and then this really good feeling hit. Anyways all's good and Im proud of this pc!
UPDATE : Sold on Facebook Marketplace in a month without gpu for $450 + $25 mail-in rebate that I still haven't received!
After reading bad reviews I worried, but it works perfectly with my ryzen 3 2200g! I have no problems with this board and I'm happy with my purchase. Comes at a good price too. I'm no overclocker though, so idk about the overclocking capabilities on this board.
It's fast as fu
Lots of features for the price. A side window, 3 fans(1 BLUE!), spacey, good cable management all for a great price! Although the material is crappy, side panel is already bent and ssd cage door is broken. Not getting one of these again.
It's quiet, cheap, and has sturdy quality.
My RX 570 didn't recieve full power, wasn't a problem only a white light blinking every few minutes. I'm not knocking off a star just because it may be my cheap motherboard instead. Ketchup & Mustard cables don't look that bad.
Overall Corsair really do make high quality psus but I recommend at least their CX lineup., just to be safe.