As a Student and Video Game Designer for a small Company, I had always dreamed of building my own, custom PC for School, Work, and Gaming, ditching the prebuilt computers and laptops I have used in the past. My laptop's GPU started slowly dying out on me due to being strained 16 hours a day on work and gaming, and one day I just said "F*** it" and bought the Case, and Motherboard. For Christmas, My Parents bought me the Power Supply, the reason its listed as $0.00. Then I made an Impulse buy (or rather quite a few), and bought the Cpu from SuperBiiz. Gathered two WD Scorpio Blue HDDs I had Lying around and started to build. I just really couldn't wait to see this thing turned on so I made my second Impulse buy and went to my nearest Best Buy (Theres no other electronics stores I know of that sell components in Connecticut) and bought the only DDR4 Ram kit left (Which surprizingly matched with the color scheme).
The build was a breeze as I have researched building PCs for numerous hours and days. This case has enough cable management space, but not the best either so I was able to cable manage pretty OK with the ammount of space (Also Considering the Power Supply isnt Modular).
Only thing missing right now is the Graphics Card, I will update the build and give benchmarks once thats in.
Some things I noticed - RAM - Overkill for CPU and Mobo PSU - 650W is a little Overkill for a ~280W system. I would also recommend a modular PSU for this case. Case - Perfect size, looks nice, though cable management is not the best, it is definitely more than workable and has nice LED Fans as well as USB 3.0 included for about $35 before shipping.
I will also replace the HDDs later with an SSD boot drive and a 1 TB HDD
Overall I'm really proud of it for my first build so let me know what you guys think!
EDIT: Replaced the 1050 Ti for an RX 470 for $20 more.
Great little MicroATX case with Included Usb 3.0 and much more. Great looking case, doesn't feel cheap compared to some of its more expensive competitors (and also better looking that its competitors), and even though cable management could be a little better, for the price and size you can't really get better. Also included some really nice and QUIET blue led fans that support 3 pin mobo fan connections or 4 pin Molex. Couldn't ask for more.
Great PSU, an Incredible ammount of different plugs for all types of builds. 80+ Bronze rated with a 5 year replacement guarantee. Non-Modular but simply amazing for its $55 - $60 suggested retail price.