All my life I'd only ever had $100 laptops handed down by my mom, so when I was 19 and had disposable income I decided I'd build a gaming PC. I didn't know anything about computers, and this PC ended up being trash due to its CPU. Fallout 4 got constant stuttering, which was disappointing since that was the main reason I built the PC. Although, it did work perfectly for music production and photoshop. I sold it to an old roommate for $600 before I moved out in January, and I've become an IT student since then and am going to build a good version in a couple months.
Great budget productivity CPU, used it for music production and it was flawless. However, I tried running Fallout 4 and got constant stutter every few seconds, regardless of the game settings or where I was in the game. I never found out if this was due to the processor (although no other part seems likely to cause the problem) so I won't take any stars off.
Great low cost motherboard, plenty of connections and never caused problems for me.
Fast, reliable, and cheap.
Handled everything I threw at it. No problems with overclocking or heat. Sagged a little in my build.
My favorite case of all time for cosmetics, horrible for cable management.
Sometimes the adapter would freeze my entire system for 10-20 seconds. Other than that, worked great.
Amazing monitor, would buy it again.
Love this keyboard, going to buy it again when I build my next system.