MSI Nightblade X2B Gaming-PC (Intel Core i5-6400, GeForce GTX 960, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 2TB HDD, Windows 10 Home)
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I have been using the computer for 2 weeks now and I can safely say it works great. I did not have any problems starting it or installing Windows 10. The computer comes with preinstalled bloatware like Norton and others, but you can uninstall them. Some of the preinstalled software is actually useful, but I did not know that at the time, so I had to search for it online or in the CDs that came with the computer to install it again. I had minor issues finding working version of MSI related software like "Gaming Center", so be careful not to uninstall it if you want to save yourself the trouble. I play mostly dota 2 and the game runs at 120 fps with all settings maxed and v-sync turned off (fps is capped to 120). There are occasional drops when there is too much action going on, like for example I get 60-80 fps if I spectate a game and there is a fight and the screen is zoomed out by a caster. Overclocking with Afterburner worked without any issues, but I use it with the default parameters at the moment since everything works fine even without overclocking. Cons: - The VGA is generally rated as weak by most of the gaming forums and GTX 970 is usually a much better choice for slightly higher price (~40% higher) and it supports VR, if that is somewhat important to you. Also it has only 2GB of VRAM, which is probably not that much for high demanding titles like Far Cry (which I don't play). - Windows occupied 50% of the 128GB SSD drive instantly, which was a shock for me, since I know that over time Windows "eats" the available space of the drive because of the regular updates. I guess I have the Windows installation files loaded on the SSD from the manufacturer and may be some system files for hibernation for example, which could be removed later. I will just wait until the disk gets to 90% full before I take some actions. Pros: - Even if you buy the components separately and assemble them you would get almost the same price (discounted price of 879 euro), but without extended MSI warranty and with all the hassle of building it yourself. - Safe choice for non-experienced/casual gamer. Overall this is a good computer for casual gaming. I don't feel confident enough to build a gaming rig from scratch, since I will mess up so many things in the process. However I trust MSI and I think it will be easy to upgrade the configuration with another VGA (e.g. GTX 1070) when I feel I want to tinker with the PC.