So I got to build another system (keep in mind I don't choose the parts) for another customer. Sadly I again didn't have much time with the PC so no benchmarks sadly.
System overall felt pretty snappy and fast. First time working with a Skylake i3. Honestly really would have loved to see how well the new Intel HD chips handle gaming but like I said I didn't have the time to test it.
Also if I did get a chance to choose parts I'd probably have gone for a higher watt PSU since 350W doesn't give you much of an upgrade path and it's a pretty cheap PSU at that.
Build overall went pretty smooth however cable management was a little bit annoying. This is also my biggest issue with the Fractal Design Core 1100 because it doesn't have cable management room/holes the only places you can put the cables are under the HDD/SSD bracket and under the DVD player.
For general use (browsing installing programs and such) it was very fast sadly wasn't able to benchmark it/try to game on it
Awesome LED's BOIS looks alright feels a little slow to me though. For the rest, it has what you expect for a basic motherboard.
Very fast when I tried it. Personally, my second favorite SSD besides the Intel ones when it comes to aesthetics. Don't know how reliable it is since I didn't get too use it for a long period of time
Pretty decent case.
Pros: Looks good. Has a lot of included accessories (also zip ties included would love to see more low-end case manufacturers include those). Pretty easy to work with.
Cons: Bad cable management. Inside of the case was getting scratched really easy when I tried putting in the motherboard standoffs.