This computer was a test build for streaming, recording, rendering 1080p videos and a few games.
First problem is that the heat sink would not fit because the ram was too tall. But, thanks to my hand dandy dremel. I shaved that baby down and it fit with almost a millimeter or two from the ram.
Second problem was the computer would spool up and then die. I fear that it was the 300 watt power supply and it didn't have enough power, or it was a cheaply made PSU.
Slept on it. (Take it was fixed tomorrow morning)
Ran up Windows 10 and ran a few programs.
League of Legends Skyrim Fallout 4
Adobe Premiere CS6 Adobe After Effects CS6 Adobe Photoshop CS6
Underclocked this to 3.0Ghz. In my experience this clock does not affect the speediness of the general feel of this computer. Lower temperatures were an added benefit. This gives me room to overclock it in the future (Because I really want to slap a cooling block like it's a Hemi on a '69 Charger) This APU is good enough for the everyday user and some. Gaming on League at 60fps? This can do 75-85fps on 1440p. (Average users are still slowly running 1080p monitor.) This was run with 2 Acer 1440 60hz monitors. Take note that the ram needed to be overclocked to 2133 to achieve these results and I did not change any volt settings to do this. I think I can up the ram to 2400 but I would have to up the voltage to the ram to 1.6v (Stock is sitting at 1.5v) This can run OBS and record videos albiet you will need to lower settings to 1080p and on 30fps. You can probably run this in 60fps recording with another "low-profile" r7 250 which I am still waiting to receive.
Overall this CPU is more than enough to last a few years. I'd put my money on 5 years or more depending on the user.
This build gets cheaper everyday, and worth more than spending $500 bucks on a console. This can run emulators as well.
Tis got wifi.
Also motherboard supplies a nice simple UI for overclocking, simple boot management.
Also supplies 1 DVI-D, 2 HDMIs.