I actually had most of the parts to this build for awhile now, but was scraping by with an i3-6100 while I waited for Ryzen. My original plan was to get the 4c/8t when it came out, but man I just couldn't pass up the 1600. By the time I bought my B350 mobo it seems most of the bugs had been worked out after updating the bios and drivers. I did have to update the lan driver before I could get on the internet. Wendell does a great job reviewing this board. https://youtu.be/q24i8QFFLP4 Every part I bought was on sale so that also went into my choice of parts. I price hardware all day every day so I didn't post the prices I actually paid because it would be unreasonable to think you can actually find the parts at those prices. The 1600 is an absolute beast it is known. The stock cooler is nice FOR A STOCK COOLER, everything will warm up quick as soon as a little voltage is applied but it does remain pretty quiet. The 480 gaming x dropped down to insanely low prices and was an absolute steal and I think it looks great and this particular one was a good overclocker. I run it at 1403 mhz to be completely stable. but could probably get away with running at 1415. Storage was the black friday special and allowed me to go with an all ssd build. Hope to add more eventually if and when prices drop back down. Psu was another insane deal and the Silverstone name speaks for itself. Ignore the compatibility issue, description says psu has 1 8pin pci-e connector, but it really has 4x6+2. Added some cables, lights and led fan for some bling and it looks great. Fan was super cheap but also really loud, will probably end up in the trash pretty soon. Overall I'm really happy with the build. My original plan was to use it as a htpc for some light 4k gaming and to push my Vive, but this thing is such a productivity beast it might make it's was into the computer room and I'll make Aurora my htpc. Well thanks for checking out my rig and happy building.
https://youtu.be/_fvYM2xZ0ww video I made of the build and some overclocking