With enough youtube tutorials and twist ties I somehow was able to build a fully functioning PC (For Now). I built it last week and so far things are running smooth the only problems are that the rgb doesn't work with the cpu cooler and the rear case fan doesn't spin. Overall it's a struggle for a first timer with constant backtracking but overall I'm happy this went well.
Pros: Runs games like Borderlands 3 and Siege on High settings like a beast. The msi bios is simple and easy to use. The CPU cooler stays quiet and keeps temps low I payed at the time $70 for the ram 5 dollars extra from the non rgb version because why not. The gpu is amazing for it's value and runs games flawlessly and comes with 8gb of vram. The case is really good for cable management and comes with a psu shroud.
Cons: THINK TWICE BEFORE BUYING THIS CASE The looks of this case really decieved me and I clearly did not do enough research. The vertical SSD mount did not support my Samsung 860 so it's chilling with the bracket on in the HDD tray also the standoff mounts can be a pain in the *** I couldn't put the last standoff in so only 8 out of the 9 are in. The manual for the case isn't very friendly for first time users as well. Finally this case came with less usb headers than the NZXT H500 which is a dissapointment.
The Graphics card sags if I try to hide the PCiE cable any further down. I couldn't really bend the 24 pin plug in the motherboard like in most builds or I just got too scared to try and bend it that way.
Overall despite the ups and downs I had a pretty fun time making this build. The parts match the black and white theme besides the red rgb on the mobo.
P.S: I know the pictures are awful :)