This is taking over for my old 2010 MacBook Pro. I'm mostly running Unity, Maya, Photoshop, Fusion 360. I got the Ryzen 2400G with the idea that I can add a dedicated GPU later if I need to. I'm pretty happy with the way it has turned out. I had fun modifying the case.
The case stock is someone restrictive in the front. I was seeing 89 C with the front on and 83 C with it off. After extending the front out a few mm and opening up the holes quite a bit with new 3d printed parts the delta between having the front on or off is only 1-2 degrees C.
I thought it was pretty silly to have a piece of glass so you can see the backside of your motherboard. So I replaced the sides with simulated wood grain (joking, it's real wood), to give it that old Woodie appeal from our parents old station wagon when we were kids.
I got a noisy fan on my Wraith Stealth cooler. So far AMD is asking me to jump through a lot of hoops like reinstalling my drivers and operating system. It's a bit ridiculous. But at least I got a good chip!
It would be great if they could include 3 connections for the case fans. Otherwise no complaints.
Overclocked to 3333 with no issues.
I found the cable management to be great in my opinion. Cooling could be better, but it's not bad really.
Wireless Network Adapter
I originally bought the ASUS PCE-AC55BT, which I had to return. After I bought this I realized I could have bought the AC1200 for $10 less, which I probably would have done.
I'm happy with these. I can't hear them over my Wraith Stealth fan anyways.