I built this PC to be used for gaming, and it has done pretty well so far, though I'm using a 720p TV until I can get a good monitor. The cable management also was really crappy since this is my first build, but at least nobody coming over will notice because of the lack of a side panel window. The fans are fairly quiet at usually under 40 decibels, which is inaudible in-game with headphones on. Haven't overclocked anything yet, and probably won't as long as it gets good framerates, which it's been doing so far. I probably will upgrade storage soon since I only got 120GB, but I knew this would happen and just wanted to put my OS onto an M.2 SSD.
UPDATE(12/18/17): I have noticed that my system performs much better without the side panel, possibly due to crappy case fans. With the side panel on it gets ~92 FPS in cinebench r15 OpenGL test, and ~110 fps without the side panel. The CPU gets a score of around ~743 with the side panel, and ~799 without. As for game FPS, I have yet to test that out.
Pretty great CPU so far, especially for $155(or at least it was when I got it). At the normal price you might want to go for a 1600 depending on what you're doing with it, but the 1500X is just fine, especially when it's on sale. Haven't had any problems yet and won't overclock unless I need to. I've heard that the stock cooler is good for overclocking but I haven't tried it myself yet. Thermal paste is pre-applied on the cooler.
Great motherboard so far. Good I/O and 4 RAM slots + a good amount of PCI-E slots. 2 M.2 ports is great for future SSD additions. has enough USB and fan headers for my needs. RAM slots are the 1 clip kind. You might need to update some drivers for ethernet to work, as was the case for my build. Other than that, it's been fine
I got this so I could have fast storage to put my OS on and I haven't been disappointed. King of small storage-wise but I knew that when I ordered it so I can't take off any stars for that. I have plans to get a mechanical hard drive to with it soon so I can download all of my steam library on my PC. I haven't timed how fast Windows boots yet, but its pretty fast.
Haven't had any problems yet, though I'm using a 720p TV until I can get a good monitor. Wish I could've paid less than $250 but I knew I would have to pay a higher price because of the ethereum craze. Probably won't overclock anytime soon, but if I have to in order to get good performance I will.
Good amount of drive bays, a few USB's and works fine, though Its only 3 stars because I've noticed my system performs better with the side panel off, so buying new case fans might be something I do in the future.
Good semi-modular power supply for the price. It doesn't explode, which is good. Has enough cables to suit my needs.