Since this was my first PC build, quite frankly ever, it took a lot of time. The hardest part for me was getting the motherboard to fit under the rear fan and slide into the io shield. Another step that stressed me out was mounting the cpu cooler on the cpu, the instructions were unclear and confusing (it consisted of poorly drawn pictures with no information at all.
As everyone reading this is probably alarmed with the fact that my gpu was 250 USD it was because I purchased it used for a phenomenal deal off of EBay (I did research its okay). As well as the gpu and almost every other part I purchased them under some kind of deal or sale, my dad always says "If you purchase tech that's retail price it's not worth it", he was right. Everything was bought on a deal whether it was on Amazon Prime deal or various Newegg promotions or even Black Friday.
I am 15 so making money was very difficult so I had to save for months and work to wash cars and do yard work for my neighbors as well as officiate youth sports games. Moreover, it was a grind I loved every bit of it and it was well worth the time and money.
Amazing in every way
Only thing is the mobo bios is confusing to OC
Good deal, Good Temps
VERY VERY difficult to mount by yourself, I mean it was like building a rocket ship (i don't know if I am just dramatic or dumb either way it was hard)
bios is okay Oc is hard on it It looks nice i guess
Great memory for the price
Often overlooked for being cheap but it's amazing
Amazing GPU great looking, easy to OC with I would highly recommend purchasing this used
Good price the RGb fans don't look that great but for the price I can't complain Was a little difficult to build in
No problems, easy to use, cheap, no complaints.
Great looking, cheap, the colors don't look that great Menu is a little bit confusing
Amazing keyboard overall, a little to expensive but if you have the money highly recommend!
What can I say, this is the best mouse out there that's under 100 dollars.