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Browsing around my iPad and managed to find some old pics, good times.
The part list linked is the original which was upgraded over time. I love messing around with computers and have come a long way since I first started this hobby.
If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment.
It was a decent option at time of purchase though now is easily outdone by Intel's Pentium line.
Worked well during time of ownership though the onboard audio was noticeably poor (hissing and crackling could be heard in the background).
Solid low profile ram. Never gave me any problems.
Died on me after a few months of owning it, it was bought second hand after previously being used in a workstation. I stuck with buying new storage from this point on.
It has held up well despite it's age in 2016. Provided for a large step up compared to integrated graphics on my processors including i5 4590. The blower cooler is relatively quiet but becomes noticeable while gaming or running an intensive application.
My favorite OS. Functionality was their first priority similar to their past operating systems. Not the biggest fan of 8 or 10.
Works great when it's not overheating. Compatible with Windows 7,8, and 10.
Great entry level headphones for $30, but not more. Light on the head and comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Build quality is decent for the price but not great (plastic construction) . Sound wise they have a warm presentation and are decent all rounders. For $30 they are not the most resolving cans in the world though generally this plays in their favor since poorly recorded or low bitrate music is easier to listen to. Soundstage is quite good for a closed headphone and games/movies are very much enjoyable.