I built this PC with my friend who had previously built his own PC a few months back. He sorta knew what he was doing, so i let him tell me what to do, and i did pretty much all of the building. After 2 hours of building and cable managing (doesn't look like it) we were finally ready to turn it on and see if it would post. So we plugged it in, turned on the monitor, and... wait a second. Everything just blinked on, and turned off again. I tried it again. Same thing. It kept happening. I spent the next hour troubleshooting on various forums while my friend was sleeping face down on the floor. Finally i got mad at the thing, and unplugged the led fans. I started clicking the power button and.. wait a second. That was the problem? It worked! Everything turned on, and spamming delete brought me to the bios. I proceeded to reinstall the wifi card that i had pulled out, and tidy up a few things, and with the side panels on, it looked great! Now time to install windows... (i don't have a CD key right now so that will have to wait). After like 2 hours of that i finally got the thing up and running and was ready to download some games and stuff. But then it said i had no connection. I checked the drivers of the card, and they were up to date. I plugged into the ethernet and tried again and they still said up to date. I grabbed the box, and started scanning it to see if i did anything wrong. And there was the problem. It was compatible with windows 8 and below... PROBABLY SHOULD HAVE CHECKED!! Well, a short trip to best buy later, i had a new one, and this one was installed and it instantly detected my internet and worked perfectly. I proceeded to install steam, a couple games, chrome (bc i dont like edge) and i was ready to play (mind you, like 6 hours later). I played h1z1 kotk, rocket league, and crossout.
H1Z1 (the most intense): 30 - 60 fps med/high settings.
Crossout (Game limits you to 60 fps): Constant 60 fps highest settings.
Rocket League: 60 - 120 fps highest settings.
It works perfectly for my needs so yeah.