I built this PC to replace a 1st gen i3 that was on it's last legs. I do mostly web and office work along with some light gaming amd video/ audio editing for my internet radio show. The total build cost was right under $700. I was able to re-use my PSU and DVD RW drive from my previous PC which saved a few bucks. The WD blue SSD is speedy as hell with a total Windows 10 boot time, from post to login, in about 8 seconds. I have regrets though because the WD digital black version of this m.2 drive should be even faster with the MSI mobo and is currently only about 15 bucks more than the blue.
I originally wanted a Radeon 480/580 for this build but thanks to the Crypto Miners those cards were through the roof at build time, fortunately the 560 performs better than I expected. I do not have a 4k display so I cannot speak to that, but the rig plays pretty much all the games I've thrown at it flawlessly on high settings in 1080p. Forza Horizon 3 can maintain 50-60fps on high settings. Many games like Xcom2 and Cities skylines and Planet Coaster I can run on Max settings without any slowdown or stutter. Batman Arkham Night even runs 60fps on High settings. Overall I've been very impressed with the performance of this $100 video card. I had no problems with the build process. the CPU cooler is bigger than I thought it would be but the ability to mount it in any direction gave me flexibility. I ended up exhausting the air out of the top fans and bringing it in through the front and rear. The M.2 Drive disables the 1st SATA slot which I forgot about despite the notice on pcpartpicker. Overall a great built experience. I'm most impressed with the Motherboard, this MSI Z270 board has many features for the price and the red LEDS are subtle but look great, I was looking for a mobo that would give me some room to grow as I plan on upgrading to Vega eventually and probably also to an i7. Feel free to leave any comments or questions.