so to start off i would like to say that this took a lot longer to put together than i thought it would. any ways important notes are that this case is very small inside and is best suited for SSD's. also the initial boot take forever. i thought something was broken until i found out that it just takes a while for AMD. (thanks to Jayztwocentz)
moving on we have the Ryzen 5, 6 core non factory overclocked. it was good and easy to install the only thing that kind of freaked me out was the amount of pressure that that i had to apply to get the CPU cooler to screw into the back plate. oh and yes it comes with a cooler, and it works really well
next we have the mother board. it is a nice board and i got it just because. i just did. how ever it works great and the bios are very easy to navigate. now again this is my first ever so there could be easier ones out there.
the ram is good and was easy to install.
for storage i went with a SSD and a hard drive. i wish i could have gotten a 1TB SSD. the hard drive actually interferes with the fan that you can put on the housing cover. so like i said up top great case but meant for SSD's.
the graphics card is Fire. it is awesome, i can play many games on ultra and high settings. i played DOOM on ultra and it ran perfectly. so for those who think they should get a top of the line card to game then just know you can have a good gaming experience with the 1050ti.
the case is good and has great cable management options for the size of case. it is all metal with a front plastic cover. i like the fan placement option i just wish the side panel one didn't interfere with the Hard drive. also i used a non modular power supply for this case because it was cheaper. i would recommend getting modular or semi modular power supply is you can afford it. i would especially recommend this if you want an optical drive. if not then just bundle up and shove all the excess cable into the optical drive slot.
also fans are good and some what quite. would buy again.