Since you have graphic card - why did you choose 2200G over 1300X? :)
Wouldn't recommend that SSD. It runs stupidly hot and is causing serious system issues.
Check that video from Jay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnST5rA64Oc
Enough said I guess...
I would recommend you following. Download IETU, run stress test in it. You will have graph and there is a line/percentage for CPU throttling also. If it goes higher than 0%, you should change your TDP max. You don't have anything to lose...
And that is probably why you didn't spot the difference between 4,7 GHz and 5 GHz. There should be a little bit of a difference in benchmarks.
I can see you have OC on CPU, but you still get 800Mhz minimum clock. I also had that issue - what you have to do is change power limit... CPU is bottlenecking because max. TDP is set to 95W :) if you want it to run turbo on all cores (4,7 GHz) it would take up to 120W.
You can change that in BIOS or in Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility.
Nice build, have fun using it...
*I have TDP set to 300W, it doesn't affect any other settings tho. Let the CPU takes how much it needs, as long as temperatures are safe.
It's nice, yes... and even if it's ITX, it's still relatively easy to work with.
Nice build! I will have my black/white also together soon. :)
I think that you made 1 mistake tho, you put both of your RAM sticks into B channel, if I can see marks on motherboard correctly.
Put one into channel A / slot 0 or 1 and another into channel B / slot 0 or 1. That way you will get the most out of your CPU/RAM. :)
You can check what difference does it makes on your own (Dual channel memory vs Single channel memory).