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Got this motherboard/CPU/RAM last year while waiting for the new Ryzen APU. Just wanted a budget system to play WoW when I didn't have access to my main gaming rig. Kind of regretted getting that CPU, it runs quite hot. The stock AMD cooler doesn't do a good job. The Hyper D92 made a big difference, keeping the chip cooler by 10 to 15 degrees. That computer case was a PITA to work with, won't buy one of those again.
Quite pleased with this cooler, does a great job, easy to install, but fins are sharp as hell and cut myself, be warned.
Very nice looking micro ATX case, but comes at a price. The glossy black plastic scratch just looking at it. Wiped it with a lint free cloth and it scratched. It's made cheaply and cable mgmt is not user friendly. I ended up putting all the cables in a bundle on top of the DVD drive and made a 24 PIN extension cable to exact length needed, as well as the SATA power for the HDD sitting at the bottom. The case came with plastic arms to attach to 3.5" HDD to allow for easy sliding in/out. the pin that goes into the screw hole broke on 2 of the arms. I gave up and put the drive at the bottom. Important to point out that if you do install the 3.5" HDD with the plastic arms, you are forced to have the connectors facing you, instead of facing the back for a cleaner cable setup. Two of the plastic feet fell and don't feel very secure after putting them back on. On a positive note, the front 120mm fan seems to provide a good airflow.