The FX-8350 is known for its toasty temperament, so I sadistically assigned it to a chassis that doesn't care to breathe (Riptide slogan says Let the power flow! — no mention of air). Two 80mm fans on the side panel do all the intake, exhaust by a 92mm on the rear & an unusual blower in the front 3.5" bay. Added a 70mm CPU heatsink pull fan. The VGA cooler assembly at the bottom won't do much except stir that section of air, since the floor is solid. So far it's running warm but not hot. I'll see what happens under sustained load & may resort to some DIY floor ventilation enhancements.
191130 UPDATE: I pulled out the RX 580 in favor of a longer 480 that required the HDD to descend 1 slot for clearance. The extra GPU length isn't going to help air circulate, but I also drilled some holes in the bottom to introduce more freshness through those fans. Previously monitored temperatures well into the 60s when running benchmarks, now it's hitting 55.3°C under the same load. Not too shabby for what's involved here.
191206 UPDATE: Sold cheap to an aspiring YouTuber on craigslist. Another buyer was going to pay the full cost of parts, but I wanted to support content creation way out in the sticks like the 1st guy was doing. Forgot to configure a couple of things, had to walk him through HDD formatting & fixing his screen resolution. So far so good.
I didn't treat this processor with much reverence but it's a trooper anyway. Probably won't carry a gamer far into the future but you could do a lot worse right now.
The FX-8350 is asking a lot of this thing, so I put a little 70mm helper on the pull side. Not phenomenal results but acceptable, inspiring mild confidence. I expect it could do quite well on a more relaxed processor.
Used, gave me no problems. Originally I thought the bold blue pieces would work in a more color-coordinated project, but this build was not so much about aesthetics & I'm still happy with the board's performance.