I initially thought that building a micro ATX system will be quite troublesome, due to the compact size of the micro ATX case, but as it turns out … everything was pretty smooth. I had not issues whatsoever. I was able to dig both my hands into the chassis to mount all the screws and connect all the cabling.
Here’s a quick tip. Before you install the motherboard into the chassis, make sure you mount your processor and heatsink and fan in advance. Needless to say, the same goes for the DDR4 ram modules and M.2 PCIE SSD.
Now let’s power this up and take a look at the benchmarks …