A little budget build I recently did to replace the old family PC. Runs all the games and programs we have without a hitch.
Great CPU for a tight budget. Runs eSports and Source engine games quite well. One thing to note- the stock cooler was a bit of a pain to install at first, mainly because I didn't know what I was doing. The AMD logo on the side of the fan shroud got in the way of the chipset heatsink, so I had to unscrew that and flip it around. Also, after unscrewing the brackets that came with the motherboard the backplate became loose, so I had to keep it in place with one hand while I screwed in the cooler.
Great build quality and an easy to follow BIOS. Only complaint would be the lack of a second case fan header and the location of the front I/O and audio headers(they're right above the GPU slot).
Actual module is (https://pcpartpicker.com/product/YJQG3C/patriot-viper-elite-8-gb-1-x-8-gb-ddr4-2666-memory-pve48g266c6gy), but I can't figure out how to fix the part list. Oh well. Does its job well, and has a nice-looking heatsink to boot. Was able to raise the clock speed to 2800 without any hitches.
Solid budget SSD, takes 15 seconds to boot up and log into Windows.
Good budget mini-ITX case. I really like the layout of this case, cable management was minimal even with a non-modular power supply. Also gets bonus points for the decent build quality, built-in standoffs, and window. Has one glaring issue, though- because of the mesh filtered front panel and the large, unfiltered side vents, it's a huge dust magnet.
Picked this up for 30$. Performs as expected for a budget 80+ Bronze PSU. Non-modular, but really can't fault that at its price point. the Black-sleeved cables are a great plus.