Well, after 3 years with my FX 6100 and HD 6670 i decided to upgrade to intel (1 month before ryzen :c ) and a r7 360, later i upgraded to a 1060 3gb (because i play in 1366x768) to play all games in ultra. This guide is really premature, (i'm going to put an SSD, an optane, 16 GB ram, etc.)
Good for all type of gaming but still slow for encoding and editing. Sufficient cores and threads for actual gaming but don´t expect anything beyond that.
Motherboard with almost everything you need (in B250 chipset obviously you don't have SLI or OC) it's really upgradable and future-proof.
Not to much to say for normal DDR4 ram sticks, with XMP you can get more juice, in my case from 2133 MHz to 2400MHz (not bad).
I only use it for boot for a time until i buy an SSD, its good for the price and suprisingly fast for the price.
The standard on HDD, nice and fast.
Flawless at 1366x768, very overclockable and silent. The temps can get a little high but with fan config it's alright.
For the price this is the best semi-modular PSU i really recommend.
It works fine.