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White Light is the the first Ryzen (or AMD for that matter) PC i have built so far. It was designed as a gaming/streaming PC that wont empty all my bank accounts, can use wifi, and has a bit of future proofing in mind. I thought i bought the ASrock killer SLI/ac but dident get the AC version by accident so i had to get a usb wifi adapter and i ment to get 2x8gb ram but these were the only big setbacks (aside from the usb 3.0 windows 7 driver injection). Let me know what you guys think about it and if you want to see any other specific pics or specs for it.
Its a great mid budget CPU and even though people say there are lots of optimization issues, i have yet to see any major ones. In my opinion its better value then any intel i5 and still holds its own against non-overclocked i7s while being way cheeper. This is coming from a long time intel fanboy, but if AMD keeps up this competitive attitude i might switch my favorite side over to the red team.
This case is probly the most value you will ever get out of a new case for that price (i payed $60 CAD). It comes with 5 fans that are actualy really quiet and dont feel that cheep at all (2 are even LED), while some plastic parts in the case do feel cheep, what do you really expect for $60. It has lots of room, and even has support for a 240mm radiator. The only real complaints i have is that the side panels have trouble going on seamlessly and smoothly, and that the air output at the top is filtered but not the air input at the front. However all in all, its easily the best budget case i have ever used.