I turned 12 recently and wanted to give back to my family, so I built a PC for my dad because his old AIO isn't holding up very well. It's cheap, but it works well and it was fast because of that SSD. I felt proud of myself and so did my parents.
This CPU works like a charm. Even if it's half a bill and sucks even next to a locked i5, Skylake is cool and efficient, and it will be more than enough for my dad for the next 3 years.
This board is elegant, from the hardware itself (did I mention it has an NVMe M.2 slot?) to the software layout. Was easy to work with to change settings, and hasn't failed me yet, although having the front panel connectors on the bottom right edge of the board instead of behind the RAM would be nice.
its ram wot u want
It's a really good card for the money, and is well more than enough for my dad.
Amazingly easy to build in, take off a few thumbsticks, put in some standoffs, hard drives, mobos, PSUs, a GPU, and that's it. No proprietary plugs or ryzers to worry about.
NOICE power supploi, stable af. Just wish it would ditch those unnecessary Molex plugs
didnt even kno why i bought this