A simple computer that I use mostly for gaming, but I plan on getting into animation and rendering with it.
This computer has been waiting to be built for about four months now, I ordered a first set of parts around mid July, then the rest around late August. I expected the case to release around mid August from what I read, but that turned out to be wrong and I was sitting on a computer that couldn't be assembled or used at all. Plus the inconvenience that Corsair apparently doesn't include an AM4 mount for their coolers, or if they do I got one that was older than Ryzen. Finally, after snagging a case on Newegg and waiting for adapter to come in, I could finally build. And that is where my second onslaught of problems arose.
I love the look of this case. It's amazing, small and pretty efficient in how everything works. But it is an absolute pain in the butt to build in. Most of the issues could've been avoided, but I'm stubborn and wanted it done. This motherboard and this case should not go together. This cooler is probably too big for it's own good. The power supply cables are damn near impossible to bend or move.
However, overall I couldn't be happier. The computer is exactly what I need and should last me for a couple of years before I need to upgrade, and that alone makes my wallet happy.
Edit 1: Added more pictures, Disclaimer: I'm not a good photographer nor do I have a good camera.
Great CPU. Stock speeds are fast enough for everything I do, but I plan on overclocking in the future. Even the default cooler it comes with does pretty good under some stress tests.
Great cooler, but an absolute monster to deal and move around with.
This motherboard is a good board. But it shouldn't go with this case. The layout of the power pins and connectors is very poor, hence the reason why I have cables everywhere. But it has an M.2 slot, wifi and some LEDs to play with, so it's not too bad overall.
It's RAM, not a whole lot to say about it. Does the job, works well with Ryzen.
Absolutely perfect for booting up and some applications. It's about 9 seconds for me to boot up, log in and into Google Chrome on Reddit.
Large Storage Drive, great for games and bulk media.
Pretty decent card, can't complain. Especially since I got mine refurbished for $200 less than brand new. Haven't pushed it too far yet, but it looks like it can handle some serious games.
Absolutely beautiful case. You definitely have to plan around it, otherwise you end up in a mess like I did. However, it's an SFF case with support for full length video cards, AIO's and 3.5" drive. What more could you want.
Pretty good power supply. Not much I can on it, other than it gets the job done and is pretty small.