So this is my first build for my mom, and the reason no monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc is included is because we got the rest at ASU Surplus. All applaud my supreme cable-management power!
Edit: After about 2 months after the build was complete, I have decided with my Mom to fix the cable management a little. It is still annoying to move all the cables around the case with a non-modular PSU. So I have attached 3 new images of what it looks like now, with (hopefully) improved cable management.
It works like a charm for any light gaming or large desktop use (without a Graphics Card). However, if you do want to do some heavier gaming then I would recommend a different CPU and a dedicated video card. The added fan is also very quiet, even at high load. You may need to enable the integrated graphics in the BIOS if you are not using a video card because it will default to the PCIe slot(s).
A good Motherboard. It has a decent amount of BIOS options if you use any of that. For me, I don't typically use the BIOS often but it still has an good array of options. Also, it does not have very many PCIe slots and lacks an M.2 heatsink. Although both of these are unnecessary for my build, it is good to keep this in mind. I guess that's what you expect when going Micro ATX.
RAM is RAM. But for any real gaming, you will need more than just 8 GB, but otherwise, this works fine. There are cheaper options but this one was the most available.
This review will probably get shuffled through all the rest of the reviews, but if you notice this all you need to know is that it's fast, cost-effective, and non-problematic.
It is cheap and will manage to fit any part you have. The built-in (and quiet) fan is also a nice touch, although some extra added fans will always help. However, it does not have optimal cable management; so that is the only downside.
It works fine, but I'm taking a slight risk without a certified rating. It has very many spare cables which, of course, cause poor airflow. Definitely getting a semi or fully modular PSU next time.
If you want a low-price and effective Optical Drive, this is the one to take. It's cheap, it's Amazon's choice, and it looks nice. Very good performance.
Easy and effective operation. I have found no problems.