Using it with SteamOS, paired with a Steam Controller, in the living room.
For what I was expecting and what I was upgrading from (a Celeron G1840), this thing is amazing.
For the size and noise levels, I think it'll be hard to beat. Just to get this off my chest, this thing is not meant to be compared to tower coolers. So stop it.
A very basic mobo with basic features. No onboard USB 3.0 headers. Had to use an adapter so the USB 3.0 ports on the side of the case can be used as USB 2.0. A single large capacitor sits in the way of the NH-L9i. Can be bent out of the way.
Later Edit: Turns out there is a DVI version of this mobo that is identical but features onboard USB 3.0 headers. http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?DetailID=1519&CategoryID=1&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=172&LanID=0
RAM. It didn't fail??? Nothing to write home about.
Just your average SSD. It works great.
Decent video card. Was meant to play light 3D and 2D games. Had to remove the fans in order to install because the space next to the PSU is extremely tight.
Good looking case. Blends in on an entertainment center. Mirror on the front can be slightly distracting at times. Wire management is tough.
Gets the job done. Inaudible.
Amazing little fan. Whisper quiet and moves a great deal of air.