The NNRRGG is a straight-up vanilla AMD 144-hertzer omitting all fluff. Play your games & pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. If you're feeling the need for speed on the highway to the danger zone, you can tell the Vega 56 it's a 64 & totally buzz the tower. I don't know why I'm making Wizard of Oz or Top Gun references. They don't add anything to the plain fact of a sensible, results-oriented gaming PC. We're leaving all the rainbows & shirtless volleyball & showbiz at the door. This isn't Hollywood, it's home, where you don't have to impress anybody. There's no place like home.
Did everything I wanted it to do, no perceptible drag on any other component.
Has everything you really need, but missing a couple of nice-to-haves. I ended up adding my own Wi-Fi & S/PDIF outputs.
Got this in the summer before the prices blew up due to the BIOS flashing technique making it highly overclockable. I haven't felt the urge to do this yet — it's already making fine use of a 144-Hz monitor.