Office work. Communication with LED sign. Multiple VM's. After work hours games :)
Could not install windows10 from the cd, but was able to install it after making bootable GPT partition ISO image on a USB drive. Even after windows10 was installed, the Asrock motherboard would not boot to the M.2 SSDrive. After viewing the Asrock website, my SSD was not on the compatible list, so I switched to a SATA SSD (not on this list) that I got from Best Buy.
As for the GTX950 video cards, the DVI to VGA adapters made the monitor go blank after a while on one monitor, and distorted the color on the other monitor. One monitor had a DVI port so I used a DVI cord and the monitor was fine. The other monitor did not have a DVI port so I used a VGA to HDMI adapter and now that is fine too.
One other problem I had is when I created a VM and tried to put Mac OS Yosemite on it. The AMD processor doesn't work well with a MAC OS. I was able to get it to function eventually after installing several programs, but would not recommend a AMD processor if you have plans on installing a MAC OS in a VM. The VM's with windows and linux installed on it work fine.
Also the X9 ATX case is huge...way too big. I was just looking for something different so I thought that I was buying roughly the same size as mid tower but just shaped differently. But it is the size of a small refrigerator. It was my fault for just going by the picture and not looking at the dimensions, and I kept it anyway cause I have just enough space next to my desk for it, and it now serves a dual purpose as a little table :)
Everything works well now. PC boots into windows very fast. Onboard sound is very good. Video cards work well now, and work well in a game even with all graphics options turned on...no lag at all.