After my old trusty Dell XPS 8100's GPU (an ancient Radeon 5770) died I decided I wanted to try a new, smaller build that I could take to LANs with friends. We mostly play Esports titles and lower graphics games (HOTS, D3, Rocket League, etc.) so I knew I didn't need a beast of a GPU right away. I also figured it would be a good idea to wait for GPU prices to fall and/or wait for the new Nvidia 2000 series to be released.
The result was a fantastic little pc that can run the above stated games at medium/high settings at 60+ fps at 1080p. I was a little hesitant about the onboard graphics from the CPU but they turned out to be pretty good, more than enough to last me until I can afford to upgrade.
The stock ryzen cpu fan is great for my stock clocked cpu, and the added case fan on top, as well as the included case fan for exhaust keep the pc at around 25C at idle (@3.60ghz). the PC is also very quiet (the stock case fan is a little loud, but nothing distracting). The SSD/HDD were salvaged from my old Dell.