Well unless you've been under a rock that doesn't have Wifi access you've probably seen the new AMD CPU and GPU releases. They seem pretty promising if you ask me. Intel is still winning the race in terms of total performance in some cases but AMD has definitely brought a competitor this time. The same goes for the Navi, GPU's. They may be mid-range video cards but they're looking great, even adding their own image sharpening to the mix in a simple, on or off, setting in the drivers. The blower cooler is still loud and for some reason restricted in terms of air flow. This means the cards run pretty hot. In the 90's C, in fact. When my old 390X started running at 90 C, it was time to change the thermal paste.
I figure if you were to take that shroud off of the new 5700 series and just cut the curved bit of plastic behind the blower fan then it would be allowed to draw air through that faux vent on the back. That would probably help some and keep the noise down a bit. Or you could just wait a little while and just get a release from the board partners that are coming fairly soon.
MSI, has said that they'll even be releasing new versions of old motherboards to better support the Ryzen 3000, CPU's. They'll go all the way back to A320 with supposed full support. That could be pretty great for folks who don't want to spend ~$200 for an X570 chip set. Especially if they're not utilizing PCIE 4.0 with big Raid or NAS setups that use all those lanes. They'll be released under the "Max" line when they come along.
Anyway, Games and all That