My daughter is really getting in to using my PC for gaming, drawing, and school. I thought what better Christmas gift than to build her, her own little system? Very pleased with how it turned out and it didn't break the bank. Quiet a lot of performance from this little Cotton Candy Explosion themed build. The only thing I was a little bit miffed about was the wiring extension kit didn't come with any looms, so I need to grab some and clean it up a little bit. Not satisfied with everything being so bunched, but I'll get some and get it cleaned up.
Building in this case was quite the chore. It is TIGHT! I had to get creative a couple times to get everything to fit. Running some wires in places that I normally wouldn't. All part of the fun tho.
Really hard to beat this for the price.
Does what it needs to, and wasn't expensive.
Exactly what this little Ryzen build needed.
Not the fastest, but really? Can't go wrong with it. Prices have been going back up on 660p, glad I grabbed it for less than $90.
Couldn't pass on the 590. It dropped to $169 and I wasn't going to get a 5500xt for that price, if I could manage to find one in stock.
Does what it needs to and it's cheap!
Easy to work with and install. Wish the leads were just a little bit longer but that's not too big of a deal. Great looking fans.
I really can't complain since it wasn't a very expensive case. Do some pre-fitting and I would recommend running a lot of your power wires prior to installing the Mobo. There wasn't enough room to put an exhuast fan on the top opening once the Mobo was installed. Would have needed a really low pro fan. Any Mobo with VRM shielding could cause some issues with the rear fan as well. I managed to get it to fit. Like a I said, I can't complain since I was budget shopping.