Date Joined: 08/15/13
Pros: Big, looks cool
Cons: Confusing instructions that lack any text.
Flimsy screws that will break under the slightest stress. Happened twice with me.
Strange, non-euclidian X attachment bar that's wobbly and unintuitive to install.
Overall Review: My results may not be yours, but the manner of attaching this thing was unintuitive, flimsy, and ultimately ended in me returning the product. Twice.
Pros: - Easy to run out of the box, everything was built properly.
Cons: - It runs on the warm side when running some games, I think specifically when the RTX features are engaged. I noticed it running hot when playing Control and a Ray Tracing mod I had for minecraft, but it didn't get into dangerous levels. I might consider upgrading the cooling system at some point.
Overall Review: I recommend this PC. Even though it does run a little warm on some games, it hasn't really been a problem for me, and even with the default fans it'll probably be serviceable for most people. It should be mentioned that the CPU heat sink is attached to the motherboard with a backplate, so if you intend to remove it for the sake of checking thermal paste or what have you, keep in mind that the backplate will probably fall loose, and you'll need to open the other side of your tower to reattach it. This gave me a scare for a little bit when I couldn't reattach the cooling unit, but my only other PC didn't have a backplate like this, so I figured I'd mention it.