About me I am a 15 year old when posting this build, I work fast food making minimum wage so I decided to buy myself a gaming pc for my 16th birthday on the 28th of August. I've always been an all around gamer, I still play game cube and super mario bros 3 along with my Xbox One, but I've always wanted a PC to play games on so I figured I'll get myself a budget build and if I like it I'll get a better one later on! As the day of this post there is one picture, I'll upload more as I get the chance, and yes, I know, I need to do some cable management still, but let's get to what I think about the parts:
This is my very first build, so I would like thoughts and what you think I could've done and what I should do on my next build, thanks to all!
NO COMPLAINTS. 6 cores, clocked at 3.5 GHz and I can over clock it, what's not to love about it?
It's not the greatest motherboard, that's for sure, the bios looks like your running a Windows 95, but it gets the job done just fine, so I'm over all pleased with it. Do note, this does NOT have usb 3.0 front headers, it does on the back though.
What can I say? It's RAM, 8GB, new RAM, same old story you'll hear with any RAM kit.
Again, not much to say, stores everything I have, wanted an SSD, didn't have the money, there's always next build.
This, is not the best, if you're looking into this card, don't expect 1080p 60FPS on all games, I don't think 60FPS is needed, is it nice? Sure, but I don't think it's a need when it comes to gaming so this card does just fine, I love the GPU Tweak feature Asus has with it, but I do have a complaint, I haven't researched it, but I sometimes when I start games up the fan will kick in and I get a blue and green screen with all the colors overlapping eachother, and it says something, can't understand what it says due to over to the overlapping green and blue colors, seconds after my PC restarts, I don't know what causes this problem, drivers are up to date but if someone can tell me that'd be awesome of you, but other than that, not too bad of a card.
Mid tower case, looks pretty amazing honestly, nothing to really complain about I like it.
Power supply, not modular, wiring was a pain, but eh, that's what you get for about $30.