Im 16 and I have divorced parents. I switch houses every other week so I could have gone with a gaming laptop but desktops would get me more bang for my buck. I've been saving money for awhile and I finally pulled it off. Runs PUBG [Shadows medium], Rocket League , BF1 ultra well over 60. The SSD was scrapped from my dying laptop and the hard drive I had laying around for additional storage.
Runs well, I didn't try overclocking it but I don't need to. The included heat-sink keeps it cool.
The cheapest mini ITX AM4 board I could find. It does its job. It also has a neat RGB led panel near the back that you can fully customize with the included software or in the bios. -1 star because the BIOS layout is a mess but you can still work with it.
Cheap and has a heat spreader, no issues.
You can run any AAA+ title on ultra 60+ fps. Under full load using the stock fan curve it runs a little hot so you will need to adjust it. You cannot even hear the fan till it reaches about 60% speed. 100% speed isn't that loud but keeps my card around 71C under full after 3 hours of playing PUBG on ultra around 50-70 FPS.
Good build quality, and not that expensive. The included fan is a little noisy but keeps the inside cool. I was able to get a full sized, non-modular PSU and a 6.8 inch GPU inside. -1 star because some of the mobo standoffs were hard to screw in. Also some of the pictures showed an included internal speaker which mine didn't come with.
A very cheap, yet reliable PSU. It also comes with a self tester so you don't need to use a paperclip.