The Cooler Master Q300L is a well-ventilated pc case that supports fanless CPU coolers. The case measures 15.2×9.1×14.9 inches (LxWxH). It is compatible with Micro ATX motherboards. There are 4 standard size PCIe slots for expansion cards. The side of the case has a power on/off button, two USB 3.0 ports, and an audio in and audio out jack. It is compatible with external or internal power supplies. The case can be laid vertically or horizontally.
This configuration includes an MSI B450M Mortar Motherboard, an AMD Athlon processor, 4 GB of DDR4 RAM, 1 TB of SATA solid state storage, and Windows 10 Home.
The AMD Athlon 200GE processor has the following specs:
# of Cores – 2
# of Threads – 4
Base Frequency/Core – 3.2 GHz
Max Frequency/Core – 3.2 GHz
Cache – 5 MB
TDP – 35 W
Integrated Graphics – Radeon Vega 3
Passmark Benchmark – 5,051
Passmark Graphics Benchmark – 1,145
1 DC Power Connector
1 BIOS Flashback Button
1 PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Port
2 USB 2.0 Ports
1 HDMI Port
4 USB 3.1 Gen 1 Ports
1 LAN Port w/ Realtek RTL8111H-CG
1 USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type A Port
1 USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C Port
5 Analog Audio Jacks for 7.1 Channel Audio w/ Realtek ALC892
1 Optical Audio S/PDIF Jack
AMD Athlon 200GE:
The most advanced entry-level processor AMD has ever created, for users who value fast responsiveness and built-in Radeon Vega Graphics, with the cutting-edge processor architecture you need to take advantage of graphics card upgrades.
Surf the internet smoothly, stream videos without a hiccup, and play the most popular eSports games in high-definition 720p.
• 4 processing threads
• Advanced AMD Radeon Vega Graphics included for 720p esports gaming out-of-the-box
• Cutting-edge Zen processor architecture has the power you need to harness the power of graphics card upgrades for HD+ 1080p Gaming
For media purposes, it’s hard to get much better. The $60 processor sips a tiny amount of power but thanks to Vega’s built-in Video Core Next ASIC, the Athlon 200GE can chew through video decoding and playback tasks without breaking a sweat. It’s nice to see hardware decode of VP9 supported finally since Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and other streaming services use it heavily. Sadly, it may be a bit behind the curve as AV1 is set to replace it in the near future which will put the compute load back on the Zen CPU cores. Older codecs are supported for hardware decode as well as H.264 and H.265 so playback of your own library will work great. The Vega cores also can do hardware encode or transcode of H.264 and H.265 so your video chat and streaming will work really well.
AMD has a really fun little CPU here. It’s awesome to be able to easily have a 0dB system for home theater as well as be able to slide in some light duty gaming when you aren’t working or surfing the web.