This is a gift PC for a friend who has a crappy old intel NUC. It will be used for web browsing, light gaming on steam, music production, and very light video editing/3d production. I tested out several game titles(NieR:Automata, No Man's Sky, Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, Spintires, Player Unknown's Battlegrounds), and all were making 60 fps at 1080p(I had the GPU limit the frames to get rid of screen tearing). I really crammed in the fans on this one though, The two 80mm fans have a 2-3mm clearance from the GPU(and the instructions even state that a two pci bracket video card will not fit with the two fans installed), it was a tight fit but it stays cool even with little space inside the case(the gpu idles at 20-23c with the two fans blowing on it). I also replaced the 120mm included fan with a 140mm one for more airflow. The PSU is upside down, so it can also help pull heat out of the case. I played games on it for several hours in a non air-conditioned room(80 Fahrenheit), and no temps went past 60c on the motherboard, CPU, or GPU. The system seemed quiet to me as well for being so hot out. I would use a semi modular PSU though if I use this case again in another build just to free up some interior space. I didn't use the molex connectors, or the second set of sata connectors which ended up taking up room in the top of the case where you could put more storage. Outside of being only 4 cores, it feels very similar to my own R7 1700 system, the only time you see a big difference is rendering speed of course. Very happy with the build, and my friend is happy with a free new computer.