Are you threatening me? You will give me PC!
A deceptively modest 1080p gamer to brighten up the end of the 20teens. Hoping this color scheme will still fit somewhere outside the holiday season — the belt buckle & chimney bricks can be peeled off for plausible deniability.
The AMD-RAID Controller hijacks the screen for several seconds & I don't see how to skip it. Would not POST with the default profile for 2800 MHz memory, so I settled for a 2666 kit which is well shy of the advertised 3200 MHz memory support. BIOS let me run the Ryzen 5 but otherwise this board has been blah.
It's fine for now, for 2666 Mhz, but I may try some faster kits for the Ryzen 5 1400.
These are the older, heavier SSDs from a few years back. I got a bunch on eBay to see if RAID would make them more competitive. Verdict: OK, I guess. More of a complication than a breakthrough, but it's working.
Unforgivable design blunders made this a start-to-finish nightmare for my ATX build, pushing me to extremities of cable management just to fit standard components. Nearly broke multiple SATA connections getting everything plugged in. When all is said & done it looks passable, but a lot of unwholesome things were said along the way. They should list this case only for mATX or smaller, or just stop selling it & burn the warehouse for insurance money.
Didn't irritate me too much, considering the shameful layout of the so-called ATX case it went into. I think I'm hearing a faint buzz or sizzle kind of noise from it occasionally but it's not consistent enough to be sure what that is. Bought used so I'm mildly wary, but more or less unbothered by this PSU.