Yes, works great and it's semi-modular.
That feeling, when you've built your first PC and it works!
I think you should overclock your Ryzen to 3.7 Ghz. It usually does a 3.7 Ghz boost on a single core when running at stock.
Nope. No noises from this power supply, everything ok. I bought it from scan.co.uk
2 cables are pre-attached: the 24-pin cable that connects to the motherboard, and the 4/8 pin cable that powers the CPU.
I don't think that option is in the bios, but you can disable them using the MSI gaming app.
lol, that figure inside the case
Nice! But isn't 1200W PSU overkill?
No, I didn't have this problem. The cable opening was big enough for my 8-pin CPU cable. CPU and power cable were the first ones I installed once the motherboard was in the case.
Wow, looks badass
I think R5 1600 would have been a better investment. Especially if you're planning on getting GTX 1080 later on.
Yeah. The shipping from the US is always costly. I could have got it in any other colour here in Europe which would be half the price, but I have a preference for orange light, so I think in the end it was worth the extra cost. The orange glow looks nice at night in a dark bedroom.
If you want to move windows onto your new SSD it can be done easily with the right software. EaseUS To Do Backup for example has a disk clone feature that lets you move your existing windows installation onto a new drive.