This system wasn't built with the intent of gaming, but it works as a decent gaming unit as well.
I needed a multi-core system to run my fluid dynamics simulations related to my research. Ryzen 7 1700x with 8 cores and multi-threading seemed like a good choice within budget. I also needed a smaller and compact system that could be carried relatively easily from my home to the lab. After a survey of available products, I went for the Gigabyte B450 AORUS I mini ITX board along with the Core V1 case from Thermaltake. I have Windows 10 installed in the M2 disk and Ubuntu in the SSD. A separate 3Tb 7200 rpm disk stores all my research data. 4 gigs of graphics power seemed like a good budget option, so I went for the Gigabyte Radeon. Turns out it can play most games just fine; Assassins Creed Origins/Odyssey ran very well on it. The 750 W power supply seems kinda unnecessary given that this thing doesn't draw power more than 400 W.
I plan to upgrade this with a liquid cooler and 8 gigs of graphics later. For now, this system works great and is highly recommended for aspiring gamers out there. Good luck.
Incredible performance. Very satisfying. I use my Ryzen build for fluid dynamics simulations on 8 cores. If you need a budget multi-core CPU, this is certainly one of the best out there. It doesn't have inbuilt graphics, so if you are looking for gaming, add a graphics card with it.
Works fine and does the job. No noise. And its damn cheap!
Fantastic budget board! Small, compact, and works great. Got all the necessary ports. Inbuilt wifi system is a plus.
Assassins Creed Odyssey played fine on this. Though it couldn't handle the war scenes in the highest graphics settings. So I had to turn off the anti-aliasing and reduce the resolution. Overall, a decent budget card for most games. But for high-end 3D games, I would recommend not less than 8 Gigs.
Cable management might be an issue if you have too many cables. Other than that, it is a great case for mini ITX systems. Thermaltake has done a really great job of utilizing space. It is small, compact, and can be easily carried if needed (not as compact as a laptop, but still manageable).
My system doesn't draw more than 400 W, so this was probably unnecessary to buy. But regardless, it is a fantastic power supply for any budget machine.