So I had been playing games on my 2009 iMac for years until she finally just blackscreened on me and never turned back on. I had been looking to build my first computer for a while before the iMac died, and that was my way of knowing it was time to make the switch.
I use the build for editing (premiere pro mostly, along with after effects occasionally), lots of gaming, and VR on my Oculus.
I've had no problems yet with the computer, besides installing Windows, but that was mainly due to the fact that I had never done it before. The building process was fairly easy for the most part, though the cables were a very very tight fit and it was VERY difficult to get that 24-pin power cable into its slot on the PSU. This isn't a complaint, just rather something to be wary of if you are looking at buying the case.
Frames haven't once been a problem so far in any games (including VR) that I played and were all maxed out on 1440. My only complaint would be that the GPU can be quite loud at times when it is obviously working hard. Though typically the hard-drive is louder than the GPU, so I wouldn't worry too much on the noise of the GPU.
So far, its been a beast and I couldn't be happier. NEVER GOING BACK!
Also, shoutout to r/buildapc and r/buildapcsales because they were a huuuuge help :)
Hasn't failed to let me down!
I can occasionally hear the pump slightly when it is idling, though not enough to ever worry about.
Great MOBO, does everything it is supposed to. Just wish it could have more RAM slots as an ITX somehow.
Stunning RAM, nothing else to say.
Got it cheap, has been amazing.
Easily the loudest part on my build, though I should have expected that when getting a hard drive.
A monster at gaming, though can run quite loud when working hard.
Absolutely stunning case from all angles. A bit of a pain to build in, though you should expect that from an ITX. No complaints.
Amazing looking fans.
Have had problems with the screen randomly starting to shake and tear, then turn off while the computer runs in the background, before tuning back on a second later. Looks good when its working though.