I built this PC for a family friend looking to upgrade their home PC. He wanted something that wouldn't get outdated super fast and would handle basic home PC activities no problem. I could have saved him some money on the case but he fell in love with the looks of the P300 so that's what we went with. Since he opted for a tempered glass side panel we went ahead and spent an extra $4 for some RGB memory to go with it. I know he and his family are more than happy with how it turned out, and I think they were surprised at what you can get for your money when you build a PC yourself. From booting Windows Vista with an old 5400 rpm HDD to booting Windows 10 with a M.2 SSD it's safe to say they were blown away.
Great APU for home office use that can even dabble in light gaming.
Being the cheapest AM4 board I didn't expect too much, but it's a great board for the price. I used it for a home office PC and it performs perfectly. The 2x4gb sticks of TeamGroup RGB memory clocked at their 3000mhz no problem and the M.2 SSD slot is great for getting rid of the need for SATA cables.
Budget RGB memory that does a wonderful job for the money. The black heatsink looks great and the LEDs do a wonderful job displaying some bright colors. In pictures they do look to have bad hot-spots but in person they aren't nearly as visible.
Catching this SSD for under $50 was a score. No need for the clutter of SATA cables which helps clean up the look of the PC a lot. The black coating provides a nice clean look on a black motherboard.
Great case with wonderful cable management. Dresses up nicely even for a home office PC.
Delivers power, has black sleeved cables. Perfect PSU for a low power budget system.
2.4 ghz card that handles the wireless needs for a home office PC on a tight budget.