This build is meant for gaming. Overclocked my Ryzen 3 1200 to 4.0GHz at 1.3125V using the stock cooler. And yes I have an mATX mobo in an ATX case.
UserBenchmark Results: http://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/7161115
Cinebench R15 Results: http://prntscr.com/h91ytb
Overclocked to 4.0GHz at 1.3125V using the stock cooler reaching low 80c under 100% CPU usage. Scored a 606 on Cinebench R15.
Best B350 board for the price. User-friendly BIOS. Easy to overclock.
Runs at 2666MHz (XMP Profile). Only problem is that it is actually CL16 and not CL15, as advertised.
A must-have for current gaming PC's. Affordable SSD that boots Windows 10 in less than ten seconds. Game loading times are lightning fast.
Standard 7200RPM hard drive. 1 TB for 49.99 USD.
Perfect for the games I play (CS:GO, Fortnite, League of Legends). At first, I thought that the 3GB VRAM would be a limiting factor in some games but it doesn't seem to be. Overclocked the core +130MHz and the memory +450MHz.
Only one 120mm intake fan. Cable management was annoying to deal with, especially as a beginner. At its price, it should have at least two fans and maybe even a PSU shroud.
Semi-modular and runs quiet.
Wireless Network Adapter
Best WiFi PCI-E card for the price. Low ping in games. Worked out of the box without setting up any drivers.
Perfect as an exhaust fan. Very quiet, even at full speed.
Got it for 99 USD on Amazon, but there are better options out there for the same price. Speakers are mediocre.
Love the Window Key lock mode feature. But it easily collects dust, among other things, in the little spaces between the keys. No RGB (I like it).
Have mine for three years and counting, its a reasonably durable mouse. However, if you use the side buttons a lot they start to loosen up.
Got it for 47 USD from a Newegg sale. The sizes on the sides of the headset can switch easily which makes it uncomfortable sometimes.