Hi almost 9 month already i have been using this PC, i would say, i love it.
Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Vega 8 Graphic
Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 AORUS M
RAM: Kingston Hyper-X DDR4 2666Mhz 16 gb ( 8gb x2)
Harddisk: SSD Sata 480gb
Add on GPU: N/A
PSU: Thermaltake LitePower 650 W
CASING: Cooler Master -Masterbox E300L
OS: Windows 10 pro
Screen: Viewsonic 24".
I love this pc. I used this pc is for my workstation, not for gaming house. I am a furniture designer, so i often use heavier application like AutoCAD, Inventor, Solidworks, and 3ds Max + V-Ray. I my list is Intel Core i3-8300, but the problem here to choose add on GPU to support above applications, and of course, a low end GPU like GTX 750Ti will under perform when come to these 3D modelling application. When AMD Ryzen 3 2200G came out, i must try this APU, and so far, the result is unexpectedly better, it s like i3-8300 + GTX 1060.
When you choose Ryzen 3 or 5 or 7, for better performance, do not pair it with A320 chipset, it will limit your processor high boost and your RAM speed as well. so go for B450 for ITX or MTX option, or X450 for ATX.
For multitasking like me, RAM 8Gb is lowest limit.
Next target: To upgrade to Ryzen 7 gen 3 ( i am waiting ) and add on GPU ( most likely RX 590 ), and of course to add more RAM, up to 32 gb.
I have the R5 2400G which is somewhat more powerful and I have been very happy with it. I do not experience any bottlenecking with it.
I agree the A320 motherboard is not so good which is why I have a B350 based board which has dramatically better hardware on it, I also have 4 memory slots so I can install a lot of RAM if I want