So I originally started gaming on a Laptop, so I already had the peripherals(mouse keyboard monitor) but i wanted something a little more permanent that I could upgrade/modify as I wished. Plus the laptop always ran hot with the FPS games I tend to play. So building a PC was a must for me. The biggest things for me was honestly dual voltage. Im in the military and moving around from country to country happens so I wanted to be able to run it without a transformer. I came into this with a price in mind and only slightly went over it luckily. At this point the things I am trying to upgrade are the peripherals. Especially my keyboard. But for what it is I am super stoked how it came out. Only thing that i ran into is the phanteks case is a 3 pin rgb and the mobo is 4 pin, but other than that its working out flawlessly.
Best bang for your buck SSD right now.
Solid Case, a good thing to know is the rgb connector on it is a 3 Pin. Only real gripe I had was that the usb slots and buttons on the top werent even with the cutouts right out of the box and I had to finagle them a tad to get them sitting right. Other than that great case, a lot of space, and easy cable management
Solid Monitor for the money. Perfect for a second monitor in your dual monitor setup. The image looks a little yellowed but I cant complain its primary purpose is discord and surfing the internet while gaming. Freesync is a bonus.
Corsair, Mechanical, RGB, nice clicky noises, and under a 100 bucks. Say Less.
My only qualm is that the the RGB isnt as bright at the bottom of the keyboard.
Best mouse ever hands down. Logitech G Hub is where its at.
Great speakers for the price. Perfect for a small room/gaming area when youre not trying to wear headphones.