Went together pretty painlessly, except those damn GPU and RAM prices. The RGB works flawlessly and I can run the CPU @ 3.9ghz stable with the GPU settling at 2077mhz average, runs absolutely cool CPU @ 29 deg C idle, GPU @ 24 deg C idle, can't remember my max temps under load I did those tests around 2 weeks ago.
Mainly using for gaming at the minute although I will be using it to stream also in the coming weeks once some other components arrive.
Pricing is on point at the time of writing this review, I managed a simple quick overclock to 3.9ghz stable which runs games and multi threaded applications with ease. Definitely worth the upgrade if you're coming from a Fx processor with a socket viable until 2020.
Keeps my Ryzen 7 1700 cool running at 3.9ghz, the RGB looks great and it runs pretty quietly.
Easy to work with mobo with every connection you will ever need, RGB is a nice edition which is pretty subtle compared to other mobo's i was researching.
RAM, RGB, 3200 speed works like a charm.
Great card running average of 2000mhz stable and stays remarkably cool at full load. The only issue is the price although it's the same for most all graphic cards at the minute.
Fantastic case, easy to build in, cable management is a breeze, great airflow if you add an extra fan, and I really like the tint on the tempered glass.
Very good solid PSU, it was a little overkill for my build but runs silently.