Great build, only issue I have is, if it's nearly 2 grand might as well have a NVMe M.2 thrown in.
Yeah, I'm thinking I was just being overly careful, thanks for the reply, I really appreciate it. Didn't think anyone would reply. :)
Nice budget build, looks great!
Yeah, I appreciate the comment. I'm glad I chose the case I did. It's served me well up until now. Ill probably keep using it for a few more years. Black and red is my personal favorite. I could always change the colors but I'm really in to the color combo.
Eh, I'm pretty happy with the way it is, honestly. Might do some of the cables from cable mods though. Oh and the keyboard is mechanical. Maybe I posted the wrong razer one but I'm pretty sure I didn't. The description says, (Mecha-Membrane Keys
Razer Mecha-Membrane keys combine the soft cushioned touch of a membrane rubber dome with the crisp tactile click of a mechanical switch to enable swift actuation for each key stroke) anyways, I like the keyboard a lot.
Yeah, I did some research on that. Ultimately I decided to go with the i9 9900k mostly because, why not? That's literally my reason. The i7 9700k was also the other one I was thinking about getting. I got the parts from Micro-Center so if I wanted I go take it back for any reason and switch to a i7 9700k. But again the i9 is what I was going for. I have been told I should change the case out to show everything better but I still love this case. Kinda old but gold.
I like it and it's still a good case. I'm not going to spend more money on a case when this one still works. The space in it is nice and I like the look.
The 7700k was fine but I have a bad habit of wanting to change parts. The 7700k isn't going to waist though. I gifted it to my best friend, I know he'll take good care of it and put it to good use.
Monitor is fantastic, headset could be worse could be better. The ear pieces kinda hurt my ears honestly but not too much. They actually updated them with oval shapes now so if you pick them up they'll be more comfortable then mine.