I started with Lenevo Thinkcenter that my high school threw in recycling because the CPU fan was broken. It had an Intel Core 2 Duo and 6GB of DDR3, I put an old Nvidia GTO 9600 in it.
I eventually saved up enough and bought an RX 480, only to find it was incompatible with the mobo.
I was able to buy an older computer and the moniter I still use for cheap. The computer had an AMD Phenom x4 @1.3 GHz.
After that, I built the finished product piece by piece as I saved up money.
Very good CPU for its price. The base clock is decent, but, with unlocked overclocking, I got mine to a (slightly unstable) 4.25GHz.
It's like a brick wall protecting my CPU from >80°C.
Looks good, LED strip is an added bonus. Came with all the parts I needed and decent instructions. The software it came with is also great for people who don't know how to overclock or set up fans.
Does what it is supposed to do, no problems.
Lightning fast, love it. Easy to set up and use.
It's not too loud, but it is kind of slow. Works, haven't had any issues.
Love it, looks good and works better. I can play RotTR and similar games on ultra ~>30FPS; easily tackles older/less graphically intensive games.
Big. Lots of space, and great cable management. The ODD and HDD bays are well made. The built in fan control module and large chassis fans are pluses.
Quite loud, but who cares since I pulled it out of an old computer.
There is a one or two second response delay, but it is quiet and works well.
Who reads reviews for an OS? You either know what it is or you don't need to worry about it.
Wireless Network Adapter
Good reception for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth; the antenna has a magnet in the base, allowing you to put it almost anywhere.
Good solid feel, metal faceplate. The wrist rest/key storage is a great bonus. Has double USB cable for anti-ghosting.
Comfortable feel and weight. The utiltiy engine for this mouse is no longer available from Corsair, so you will only have mouse-0 through mouse-5 unless you can map it yourself.
Amazing sound quality and bass, mic has good sound as well. The mixing console is a nice to have, but not absolutely necessary; it does come with cable ending with four 3.5 mm jacks and a USB, if you wish to bypass the console. Only down is that the cups do not have enough spring to make a good seal.