This is essentially my 3 pc but my 2nd real gaming rig. This was to be an upgrade of sorts to a Ryzen 5 1600 system with a MSI B350 Tomahawk mob but I decided since I would have to buy a motherboard anyway and I primarily game to switch to Intel and picked up the i7-8700k. That led to the ROG Strix z370 Gaming E mob. After that I just decided to move on from my older parts and pass that computer on to my youngest son. I fabricated the wire shroud for the front inside out of plexi and for a 1st time I think it worked out. I might extend it a bit towards the back to cover up the Thermaltake psu logo. Let me know what you think. In the future I plan to add dual water loops, another gpu to run sli, an m.2 drive and another Samsung monitor.
Super duper blazing fast. Made an instant difference in my gaming experience and still performs well enough in multi thread processes.
Software suck hairy man pillows. If it works, it's great. It is beautiful. To be clear, the rad and aio portion work great...its just that darn software.
Wi fi, Bluetooth, great oc ability/utility. More than enough fan headers. Built in rgb headers, rgb lighting on the io. Can't say enough about how good this board is.
It's memory. It works. Didn't have the same issues as I had with finding memory for the MSI board which was a pain.
See above only 8 gigs more
This thing is awesome. After getting it installed and all my ish migrated I now boot almost instantly into windows. AWESOME!!
It stores stuff. 5 stars cause it's cheap and works well
Should have spent more money initially on drives. Gaming takes up a lot of storage. I need more. Its expensive. Answer...this drive. Again..It ain't sata drive fast or anything but it stores my games
Love it. Some regret on not getting a 1080ti but seeing as I will not be getting another gpu of any type it seems for quite awhile, I will be content. It is a beast and I have it clocked to 2088mhtz. I can't wait to see if there will be enough support for sli in the future to make it worth while or am I going to have to upgrade.
I love Thermaltake Cases, this one in particular. 4 panels of 5 mm thick glass, easy to remove, easy to build in, tons of room, multiple configurations, space for 2x360 rads front and back, comes with 3 rgb fans and a controller. Also I got it for 30 off from Micro Center when I bought it.
Quiet, colorful, has the wattage I need to grow with my pc upgrades..ie: cooling loops
Decent, cheap 1080p monitor. Colors are crisp. Only hits 60hz. I use it as my side monitor now for system ish
This baby is a beaut. 100hz refresh, 4ms response time, 3440x1440 21:9, curved. I love it. Everything runs like butter. I know I would have been better served getting a G-Sync monitor but this sucker was 120 off normal (new, not ob or anything). also has decent built in speakers and a usb hub on the back of monitor
My son has this one and after using his I had to get one. Leaps ahead of my old devastator 2 mouse/keyboard combo. Love these mech keys. also love the included textured keys for wasd
I got this mouse to go with the keyboard. I like it well enough but I was hoping there would be more support for the side keyboard in other games besides games like Dota2 or HOS. I play a lot of DCS world and those xtra 10 keybindings on a mouse would be like mana.
Okay. 1st set of cans I bought. Have lasted almost a year and a half. Mic is messed up already. Pretty but fragile. Like that it has a rgb component. Looking for something better. Maybe Steinheisser or something? Leave me some suggestions.
Bought these on a whim at Micro Center one day, mostly cause they were 25. Surprisingly good sound quality from such small speakers.
Bought this a LONG time ago to store games from my xbox 1. Now it serves as my backup drive. Have to have of those.