Joined on 04/30/03
Only way I could get a 3070
Pros: It's a decent enough PC. It's pretty fast and it's got that 3070 which I could not find anywhere for the past 4-5 months. My 2K monitor has never looked better.
Cons: The included microATX motherboard means expansion is limited. I added an SSD and a hard drive and I'm out of SATAs.
Overall Review: I prefer to build my own PC but since graphic card demand is sky high I resorted to buying this. Don't get me wrong, it's a solid PC and has run everything I've thrown at it so far just fine. When you factor in the cost of the components and the free monitor I got it's a good value. I'm just salty about the fact I couldn't get a graphics card so I could choose the components myself.
It's a working KVM
Pros: Works w/ my wireless mouse. Switching between systems is smooth.
Cons: Buzzing/popping in the sound system. It changes when the display changes. Might be the switch, might be my HDMI cable.
Overall Review: I got this cause I have my regular "workhorse" Linux system and my gaming system dual booting Windows and Linux. It works as advertised and despite the buzzing/popping I'll be keeping it.
good cheap SSD
Pros: Cheap Fast Small
Cons: Doesn't come with mount. Screw holes don't line up with 3.5" drive space, so I have one screw holding it in
Overall Review: I got this to replace the failing boot HD in my Linux file server. Despite the other hardware being 5-6 years old the BIOS had no problem with seeing the drive and the upgrade went smoothly. Fedora 23 went on very easy as well.