It started out as a low cost gaming rig but the gaming bit isn't quite working well. The dual graphics while interesting on paper has been quite a source of frustration and the performance gained isn't all that great.
Its now been completely rebuilt into a great little gaming rig with an i5-6500 and an R9 Nano in it :)
Note: 1. The Noctua NH-U14S does fit however in the default push configuration it overhangs the first RAM slot (at least on my motherboard) which meant that I had to change it to a pull configuration. 2. The Noctua NH-U14S has been replaced with an MSI Core Frozr L now which still overhangs the first RAM slot slightly but you can still offset the fan above slightly
Good single threaded performance for games, good multithreaded performance for multitasking, and great value!
Very easy to assemble onto, lots of ports, things are in sensible arrangement.
Didn't really have any issues with them, except my motherboard does not support 3333MHz RAM, so I had to enable XMP and then manually set the multiplier to 3200MHz. Other than that, they've been pretty solid.
Its compact, and has that unique upside down arrangement of the motherboard which seems to help with cooling the CPU. Airflow is pretty good, the 180mm fan is audible at 100% but in normal usage patterns I hardly hear them (the HDDs are louder still). Not the easiest case to build into, and construction was not the greatest (alignment of some of the side panel screws were off by just a little, enough that I could not remove them without a screw driver), but there is decent amount of cable management and as mentioned, airflow is good.