Joined on 06/28/19
Cons: Had to flash the bios for amd ryzen AM4 socket.Motherboard was old stock. Should be all good by now if you buy a 550 or better.
Overall Review: If you want to go inexpensive, this is your board. Just make SURE you have a viable BIOS to flash to it if it's not supportive of your new chip.
Stuck with generic pc
Pros: I was always stuck with the big case, teeny motherboard scenario. A friend recommended this case for a new build I was going with the Ryzen 7 5700g chip, 32 GB ram, 3 intake cooling fans, and a push-pull over the heatsink fin/fan to rear exhaust. The case is classy, sassy, and nice to look at, as well as being totally ventilated! Airflow in this case is not an issue. It's easy to work in, and has lots of opportunity for cable management and esthetics as well as great functionality.
Cons: Power button is awkward. Prone to shutdowns if you pick up the case wrong
Overall Review: Yes if you're thinking about this case. It's a great size with great thermals.
Product is old stock however works as described. No misleading information on website or from seller. Product will not update drivers for/on windows 10/11 (off Nvidia website, exploring other options for driver. Product is MSI (Nvidia) geforce gtx 730 4GB. Actual is 4GB.