This was my daily driver for 3 years and I've moved on to a Fractal Node 202. The RVZ01 will remain in my possession as a backup PC.
For 250CAD I have nothing to complain about. I don't care about overclocking and this CPU handled all my games very well.
Not a popular model so it's hard to get support on forums since it's hard to find other users in the first place.
I found out the hard way that the M.2 slot on the bottom doesn't recognize older SATA M.2 drives. Only newer PCIe drives are supported.
I don't regularly use this PC anymore so I just needed something that can at least run modern games, even at low settings. That's why I bought a cheap US$99 GPU.
Dishonored 2 and Hitman 2 both ran at 50+ fps at 1080p on low settings.
Probably the easiest possible SFF case to built in (but it's also relatively thick as a result). Comes with two case fans which helps a LOT.
Is adequate for even high end GPUs like the GTX1070 but that limits the number of drives it can power. So far I haven't been able to run more than one M.2 or 2.5" drive alongside one 3.5" HDD.