MB came pre updated for ryzen 3000. Second ram kit is on the way, Maybe going to swap out the case fans and add an m.2 nvme ssd but this should be the final parts list.
CPU is totally serviceable, Using stock cooler with my own thermal paste.
Bought the GPU on a good deal locally, it has been very solid for games at 1080p 144 fps.
Case is very sturdy, the thumb screws make everything easy to deal with, and the position of the holes on the back that feed the wires to the components are well thought out. Very easy to build in this case for a first timer.
The only problem, which is 100% my fault, is that the case has a USB type-c front IO which my motherboard doesn't support. Not an issue as nothing I own really uses USB type-c yet, but in a couple of years when it starts to become more mainstream I can just get a pcie card fix that problem.
Pretty good, stock cooler is fine but not the best.
Came already updated for my ryzen 3000 series CPU. Haven't had a problem with it yet.
Runs a tad hot under load but that might just be a symptom of my stock case fans
Very solid case. Just make sure that your mobo has support for USB type-c, or else you will end up with a useless front IO port.