I needed a budget Ryzen build to use for gaming, schoolwork, and possibly for light video editing in the future. This price point was the best spot, and I am happy with the performance of this PC. Included in setup: Logitech G203 Prodigy Mouse Acer H236HL 23-Inch 1920 x 1080 Monitor Logitech Z200 Stereo Speakers
The Ryzen 1200 is a great budget chip, and I am really happy with how it performed. The included cooler is great, and can handle modest overclocking. I've overclocked mine to 3.8 GHz, although I havn't tried to go further. Runs all of the games I want it to perfectly.
Cheapest B350 motherboard I could find, but It's great! Has a lot of USB ports, including a USB-C port. Has 2 M.2 slots that will go unused. ): Only one fan header can control speed, not really happy about that. Had to cross over the two fan connectors so I could slow down my loud 120mm front fan. Unused RGB header.
Good RAM. I should have gone with dual channel with Ryzen, but that is my fault.
Hasn't failed in the 13 days I've used it.
Got this card for 124, $35 off normal price! Performs great at 1080p on the games I play. The cards fan is locked at 45%+. It will be loud, even under very little load. I'd recommend getting a different card that can turn off the fan under low loads.
If you buy this case, get a modular power supply, or don't get an optical drive. Cable management is terrible in this case. I assumed the hard drive mounting plate wasn't the only way to mount the HDD- it is. Shouldn't be a big deal, but the cords from the HDD have to bend around the front of my GPU. The USB 3.0 port is on the side of the front plate. If you have the side of the case against a wall, you will block the USB 3.0 port. Highly recommend getting a different case. One plus is that it comes with 2 fans!
Hasn't failed. Should have gone with modular, but isn't necessary.