I’ve always wanted a powerful pc and last year I decided it was time for me to build it, so I did my research, I watched countless component reviews and bought the parts (the parts that say 0 dollars I already had them, or they were a gift from someone)
I built this pc for gaming and school work and it is fast the 1060 is a beast and it’s a major upgrade from the AMD A8-6410 Notebook APU that I previously had. The stock intel cooler its loud but its tolerable and the GPU cooler its surprisingly silent in many games like GTA V I get 75+ FPS in 1080p in very high/Ultra and in Battlefront 2 I get 75 fps with drops to the high 60s.
The building process went pretty smooth the only challenge I had was when I was installing the fan due to the design of the node 202 case it was difficult to remove the bottom panel.
After finishing the build and closing the top panel I installed windows and installed my drivers the next day I was ready to start playing with it but the PSU decided it was its time to die so I had to wait till the new PSU arrived (RMA was really difficult due to the place I live in, so I decided it wasn’t worth my time and I bought a SF450 from corsair) and since then the pc still going strong.
Edit: Added new SSD, extra 8gb of ram, Corsair Strafe keyboard and a new cooler.
Fast processor it destroys games and its four cores make multi tasking a breeze.
Great mother board, the UEFI its easy to navigate the only thing that bothered me was the placement of the HD audio header.
Fast card for its price.
I love how it looks, i wish the bottom panel wasn't that hard to remove and sadly the psu that came included died. otherwise great case.
I can't hear it... and that is a good thing. I love it.
Great mouse, it's comfortable to hold in the hand for extended periods of time and its software allows for a lot of customization.