We already know that Configuration Manager no longer uses the reporting point; the reporting services point is the only site system role that Configuration Manager now uses for reporting.
The reporting services point is a site system role that is installed on a server that is running Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. The reporting services point copies the Configuration Manager report definitions to Reporting Services, creates report folders based on report categories, and sets security policy on the report folders and reports based on the role-based permissions for Configuration Manager administrative users.
Configuration Manager provides report definitions for over 400 reports in over 50 report folders, which are copied to the root report folder in SQL Server Reporting Services during the reporting services point installation process. The reports are displayed in the Configuration Manager console and organized in subfolders based on the report category. Reports are not propagated up or down the Configuration Manager hierarchy; they run only against the database of the site in which they are created.
Here are the list of default sccm reports when you install Reporting service point role.