Budget build used as a software toolbox for Skylake build.
First off, what cut down some prices were: the fans, memory, OS, and Keyboard/mouse that were already on hand. Due to many chassis fan slots on my main build mobo and the lack there of on this one, i removed the stock case fan controller from Skylake Royalty and installed it on this build. Without doing this, i would not be able to utilize all the fans you see in this case. This worked out perfectly
Pros: For the budget, i will say i am impressed with AMD. This APU has me surprised. A lot of people will prefer cheap Intel and gpu as an alternative to any AMD option but i disagree fully. For the budget, AMD has this win. I've done some light gaming (WOW,League) and although the games are trivial in the graphic genre, each is extremely smooth in all aspects. Also, this H60 is a beast. Idol CPU @ 24C, i would say all key negative aspects of owning an AMD have been rebuttal-ed. - This build is also SILENT. Located in my bedroom, i would consider it the "the whitest of noises" if that makes sense.
Cons: Cable management. Non modular PSU SUCKS. (1st world problems) Given the fact that my prior build was with a fully modular PSU and the fact that noone would compare an i7 to a Pentium (93') than i really couldn't count this as a con. What are you to expect from this PSU(?) Con:none yet
Overall satisfied with this build. Will update later with benchmarks