She's like a shark, but she looks like a fish. I do a good bit a gaming and this build hasn't skipped beat. The 8320 does well with Premiere along with my OCZ 460. The prices are all the original prices for the parts that I picked up along the way. This slice of time has been my favorite landmark in my constantly-upgrading PC. What should I upgrade next?
This thing has been through hell. Overclocking and multitasking champ. Doesn't even break a sweat, even with new games.
Quiet, cheap, good performance. What more could you want?
Extremely stable, lots of good features. I really like the UEFI design and how well it integrates with their software you can download to mess with it within windows. I think from now on, ASUS is my goto motherboard manufacturer. Overclocking beast!
Can't complain at the price I paid. I even have them running stable @ 2200 at stock voltage. They are amazing!
Build quality feels great (if that matters). Toshiba makes some good drives. Decent speeds.
Oh boy. This thing plows through games like a champ. I love how many filters I can fit into that 4gb. I've had this card for about a year now. I really have no real qualms.
A bit loud when under load, but still solid. Cables are well-thought-out lengths. Haven't had any real problems with it.
I love blue switches and the ergonomics of this keyboard. I don't like how they went glossy with the finish. The key caps are also a bit thin and give the board a "cheaper" sound.
What a champ. $20 and i've put this thing through hell. Sensor tracks like a dream. It's a wonder why they stopped making them.
I love the detailed highs and tight lows. The mids are pretty good too. I wish I waited and bought them with the new pads. The earpads on mine are pretty meh. My friends have the new ones, and those are nice!