So after about 6 months from building my last PC that I've put on here, I decided to build a machine using the remaining parts that I had hanging around at the house. I started with the EVGA GTX 1060 6GB model that I for as steal back in April, along with the PSU and NZXT cooler that were just sitting in a box collecting dust. Because all of the new hardware came out this year, it took me a couple of weeks to decide what kind of build I wanted to create. Ultimately, I went with the Ryzen 3 2200G, because I was able to pick it up from my local Micro Center for around $55. And along with that, I chose the Aorus motherboard because I know that it has good VRMs for overclocking, and it is somewhat future proof for at least another year or so with the AM4 Socket life cycle. This was perhaps one of the easiest builds that I have put together. I had no issues and it was really nice not having to cable manage any SATA drives, nor an obscene amount of fans. Hopefully, I'll be able to find this computer a good home, because I'm already sourcing parts for my new daily driver and I don't really have space, nor do I want for this one to be laying around the house and not being used.