Welp, this is my PC build.
I built this last year Q4 of the year.... I only planned on playing Minecraft and other less demanding games...but I got bored quick and wanted to play newer demanding games. Boy, I should have bought a GTX 960 and a better CPU to save me money and all this hassle.
It's doing fairly well, never overclocked it though. I do get stutters and what not but it's holding pretty good.
What can I say? It's a "gaming" motherboard with only 2 ram slots and 1 case fan header. I regret buying this and going full cheap on this build.
Sexy and sleek black finish, I like it.
Doing great 1TB is enough for me
I never been so surprised. This card is able to handle pretty much every current game with low settings at 1080p. I was getting 50-70 fps on high settings in shadow of mordor. Sometimes I would drop causing me to die and rage but I couldn't play other games since the graphics were too horrible to play on and the FPS is not doing me justice. Great card, only for less demanding games though.
I listed the wrong case because the case I have is not on PC part picker. It's called the Xigmatek Vanguard. There's barley any reviews but it's such a BEAST case. It has a cpu cut out, rubber cut out, liquid cooling support, and any more. Here's more info (http://www.amazon.com/Xigmatek-Vanguard-Micro-ATX-Computer-EN5872/dp/B00NMX8MTS)
I bought it fromNewegg which was $40 and amazon are being jerks and rasing the price to $70.
At first I had the Rosewill Glacier 500w... People would always tell me DO NOT CHEAP OUT ON THE PSU. I didn't listen but I did cheap out on it. So I bought the EVGA one to be more future proof.
TL;DR: Great for low demadning games & it was fun moving to PC from console. Also upgrading GPU and CPU this week.