Generally a practicality machine. Thought about Ryzen but I was not in the budget for 6+ cores and needed a PC for work so I went with Kabylake. Took a 1TB drive and my old GTX660 out of my dead X51. Runs CSGO fine so I can decide on a GPU later down the line :)
Some things I discovered along the way:
MSI decided to put a water pump header but not run it at full speed at default, resulting in my AIO gargling at first boot giving me a heart attack lol.
SSD screws in a HDD tray are a pain in the a**
That's pretty much it. The case is excellent: compact, great cable management, small footprint for a ATX midtower.
Unlocked i5 Kabylake. Overclocked to 5Ghz fairly easily.
Nice price for perfomance and quiet fans. Mounting was a little fiddly though.
Excellent looks and functionality for a very reasonable price. UEFI BIOS is nice and clean and the MSI utility software is not to bloatware-ish once you actually install the ones which will be useful, such as Command Center and Fast Boot.
It's RAM. It's Corsair.
Nice drive with a nice capacity. May not be the ultimate bang for buck but still a nice SSD. 500MB reads and 500MB writes on first Crystal test.
Excellent value. Small footprint and still and plenty of flexibility in terms of cooling configuration. Top notch value, nice one Fractal.
Small footprint, gold rated. Decent stock cables.