Another build that I sold for a small profit on Craigslist (sold for $625 after over a month on craigslist, if you're considering doing something like this try making lower-end builds). Overall liked these parts. Ik that the CPU is probably overkill for this GPU, but most gamers who buy pre-builts don't know much about parts except for the CPU and RAM, so the CPU is basically just a selling point (Woah! An i5! That must be ultra-powerful!). If this was a personal build I probably would've gotten an i3-6100, i3-4170 (but it is last-gen...), or fx-6300. It has a pretty good wiring job, if I dare say so myself ;)
Also, the GPU is white. Just saying.
Performs pretty well. If you do any amount of rendering, video editing, or really anything non-gaming on your PC that's still hardware intensive, I'd have to recommend an fx-8350 or 8370, or an overclocked 8320, as AMD has far superior multi-core performance. But for pure gaming, it's pretty damn good.
Love Gigabyte. So cheap, yet so good.
Nothing special. Every stick of ram I've bought to date is from Team, all worked fine without trouble, this one included
Don't even really need to review this one
IT'S A WHITE GPU! BUY IT ALREADY!
It is a low-end case, but as low-end cases go, it's not bad. It looks decent, but: 1) no LEDs apart from the fan (no power or HDD LEDs) 2) Fan is molex-only, so no motherboard speed control 3) HDD installation isn't really described well, and there's only one bolt to hold it in place when I did figure it out (although there is another non-bolt thing helping to keep it in place) 4) No USB 3.0 (but I don't have any USB 3 devices anyways, but maybe you do). Overall decent, but yeah, don't expect anything exceptional
Just a classic PSU. Nothing special. Wish the cables were side-by-side instead of in a bundle; it's ugly and hard to fit the side panel back on, but it's not enough to knock off a star.