Used for programming in unity, Light game playing and internet. Worked pretty well. Needed to buy an ssd(256GB Samsung) because this hard drive is SLOW and old, Makes weird noises as well.
OS: Windows 7 upgrade to Windows 10. Nice
CPU: Handles loads well. Good for it's cost
MOTHERBOARD: Small micro ATX board. Very good BIOS
MEMORY: DDR4! Fast and enough for most tasks
Case: Really big, good airflow many slots for hard drives and comes with 2 fans. One with Red LED
PSU: Good and reliable
Overall great build
Some Issues while installing OS
First got a CD/DVD ROM driver issue. Had to research. Found out Windows 7 doesn't like usb 3.0 installation needed to use intel patcher. Then successfully installed. Found out no ethernet or usb 3.0 drivers were not installed so I could not install any other drivers. Had to reinstall windows and while setup was going on had to select drivers I manually put on the usb disk. A pain. Upgrade to windows 10 was (Thankfully) uneventful.
Disk is almost always above 90% because I'm using a disk I found lying around the basement temporarily. So I bought a Samsung SSD with 256GB of memory.
All in all this was a good first build!
Good CPU for it's price. Comes with a heatsink which is more than enough to keep it cool.
Runs at ~35 C?
Great BIOS and has everything you could possibly need. No other words
DDR4, Super fast 8GB is what I need
Horribly slow, Found one of these in my basement though so Can't REALLY complain
Plenty of room for airflow, Nice front panel USB's and the fans are enough for this build.
Does what a PSU does.