Very nice build
There has been talk of memory problems with ryzen, but with this motherboard and the g.Skill flarex memory, i had no problem moving the clock speed for the memory to 3200 and the voltage to 1.35, which the memory and motherboard were rated for. I added a msi 1060 6gb graphics card and the system is rock solid. I haven't actually tried to overclock the cpu yet, but i have seen it go slightly over 4ghz, which is it's max burst speed for the ryzen 5 1600x. The games i have are smooth with everything cranked up at 1080p. I have no intention of adding another graphics card so the 500 watt evga power supply will be plenty. I used a cosair case that was inexpensive, but solid and works nice. I added another fan to the front and blocked off the spots on top for another fan. The cpu does not come with a cooler and a deepcool gammaxx 400 cpu cooler was added to the mix. I did not use the heat sink compound supplied, but some articcool i had. It is very quiet and runs cool too.I noticed someone else had problems and i wanted to add that i updated to bios to the latest version that supports the ryzen 5. Like i said, no problems and it's rock solid. The memory was a bit pricey, but i figured if it was made specifically to support the amd motherboards with the x370 and b350 it would minimize the chances of problems and it looks like it did. I am quite happy. :)one other thing, they mention in the manual and have an additional insert in the box that both state the memory should go in the second and fourth slots counting from the cpu out. The memory part number is f4-3200c14d-16gfx. I am seeing the cpu cores clocking as fast as 4.1 ghz which is fine for me, i plan on burning it all in for a few days and watch the temperatures, i didn't like the feel of the way the fan mounted, it required attaching one side and rocking the fan over the cpu and i am worried about what that did to the thermal paste. So far the highest temperature seen was 72 degrees c. I plan on using this for gaming and 3d modeling, so the extra cores will come in handy when i need it as a workhorse. I read the manual that came with the motherboard looking for references to memory voltage and the only thing i found was "based on the processor specification, the memory dimm voltage below 1.35 is suggested to protect the processor." base on that i reduced the memory voltage in the bios to 1.34 volts and it is still solid.