My sister has wanted to get a gaming PC for a while now, and with extra parts from my father's mining rig, it was time. I chose the 2200g because I currently am running an i5 3470, very old I know, but it still has very good performance for gaming. The 2200g is very similar and very inexpensive (she won't be doing anything besides gaming or photo editing on this machine). The motherboard was a bit of a splurge for her but I convinced her that it is definitely not the place to cheap out, and cheap motherboards are terrible to work with. She really liked the RGB and I really liked how its laid out. Great buy! For the RAM I just chose whatever was cheapest at the time but still from a good company. I also have the same model just older in my personal rig, and have had great experiences with it. For the storage, I chose an inexpensive SSD for now because I am able to get 320 gb WD blues from work for free, so I will be putting several of those in at a latter date for her larger games. The graphics card is from my father's mining rig and preforms great! Much better than the 960 she was going to buy off of me. The same goes for the power supply, overkill I know, but it was a gift from dad, so it works. Windows 10 Pro was bought off a software site for only $30, otherwise I would have gotten her home. The network card is out of my rig. Its temporary until we get Ethernet ran properly in her room.