This computer was built for my grandmother. It is a little overkill, but is also quite cheap.
Surprising performance with a surprising cost! With the stock cooler AND stock thermal paste this little APU that can runs around 37°c at full load. The CPU is perfect for gaming on the cheap and the GPU is more than enough for a budget internet browsing/ office PC. I was surprised to find it running CS:GO at around and over 60fps at 720p, with 0 screen tearing. Overall, I would recommend this CPU for anyone who wants a PC for school/ office work, simple to medium workload tasks, and a mid-spec gaming PC. Overall 10/10, would recommend 100%.
A pretty good motherboard, especially if you get it as cheap as I did. This motherboard surprised me with a standard PCI slot (in 2018), so if backwards (way backwards) compatibility is what your going for, this is for you. The UEFI was okay, but there is quite a bit of room for improvement. 4 DIMM slots is great and the RAM overclocking was good too, except for the fact that if you reset using the button too much, it resets to default values. Works great with the athlon 200ge, but personally I do think it is quite overkill. Pretty great, especially for $69 CAD.
Very capable RAM. I don't have much to say except that I was able to hit my motherboard's max of 2666mHz at stock latency. Very good stick. 10/10 would, recommend.
A very tight build. This case does not have any USB 3 ports whatsoever so if that's what your going for, don't. I can see how the little fan would be too small for some builds but paired with the athlon 200ge it does quite well while remaining quite quiet (<38°c). I has a room for a DVD drive, witch is cool, but no 2.5" hard drive room. There's room for a floppy drive, where one can be placed tough so there's that. The PSU has only 2 SATA ports and 2 molex however there is no PCI/ PCIe power connector. Overall, 6/10. Unless if you are trying to transplant an older PC, it's not too good.