I had Built this computer because recently the motherboard on my crappy 500 dollar laptop's motherboard had fried. It would have almost equaled the cost of the computer to replace the motherboard so a friend and I decided we would take on the project of building a computer.
I had started in May of 2018 and since I was only 12 at the time, it was difficult making money. In order to scrape together some cash I decided it would be best to mow lawns in my neighborhood. It was difficult but on a good weekend I could make $100 dollars. It was hard work and after summer hit I gave up because with my birthday just around the corner, I could get enough money I needed just from my family's gifts to me.
I had little to no knowledge of computers during early summer, but after some studies on LinusTechTips I virtually knew how to build a computer.
When all of the parts arrived, it was time to get my friend over to my place in order to build my computer. It was relatively easy, and took less time than I had expected.
Overall, I don't think this is too bad for the handiwork of two thirteen year olds.
Bought the 1070 on boxing day
Definitely gets the job done, beast of an apu if you're going for a budget build.
It's a good motherboard but not my style. I went overboard and could've saved money on a different mobo.
It works. Didn't need to go so overkill with it but meh.
A small quick boot drive, just what I needed.
Excellent for mass storage, it's cheap and big.
Would definitely recommend. I got it ~250 dollars off on sale but still powerful nonetheless, took one star off because it's very difficult to figure out how to get rgb fusion up, and It isn't compatible with mystic light out of the box.
It works ok, though there is a big problem with the 2.5 cages, I have to bend back the motherboard in order to fit in any sort of drive. Also you cannot remove the 5.25 cage, though most people won't use it. As well as that the front io female usbs (not sure if that is the right term) are a bit finicky as when i try to plug stuff into them they seem undersized. The cable management in the back is lackluster and it's hard to fit all of my cables back there. Personally I would not recommend this case.
Eh, It's a power supply, it's semi-modular and it has enough watts to get the job done.
For whatever reason when I put anything into fullscreen mode it starts to crackle or say "input not support" When I got a new gpu it did fix the problem though, might be a problem with Vega 11 but I don't know.
Great keyboard, It's well built, cheap and is nice to type on. (I've never experienced a cherry board)
It's basically a budget G502, if you have the spare cash to upgrade I would definitely recommend doing so.
Fantastic headphones for the price, though a bit heavy and build quality is questionable what other headphones are you going to be able to afford for literally 30 dollars.