I built this PC because I was realizing that unfortunately, my old laptop just wouldn't work anymore. I started searching around for pre-built PC's, but then I realized that most of them were expensive. This was when I decided to build this machine. So I had decided that the Ryzen 5 2600x would me more that enough to last me for a few years, and I decided to go with it. I then remembered all of a sudden that there were some old PC's in my basement, so I decided to go take a look and see if I could potentially salvage some components from the old PC's. I found a 2TB hard drive and a 120gb ssd in one of the computers. For my GPU, I bought an EVGA 1660 Ti XC Ultra. It's a really great GPU, and I would definitely recommend it for 1080p or 1440p. I choose the Cougar Panzer Max for my case. I know that it's overkill, but I really loved how it looked and I could fit almost anything into it without worrying too much (which was a critical factor since it was my first PC build, and I was worried about running out of space). And then for my motherboard. I choose Msi's B-450 A-Pro. I choose this motherboard because it offered a lot of what I needed and it wasn't a half bad price either. I really enjoyed building this computer, and overall it was a great experience and I highly recommend it to anyone. Recently I ran some ethernet into my room and now I get way faster speeds so that's great. I also decided to order a couple of RGB fans because I figured I had to light this whole thing up somehow.
Also, the price of the pc is around $911.38 U.S. dollars without tax. All the storage for the PC was free, courtesy of my basement.
Fantastic CPU for the price, If your on a budget this is for you.
It gets the job done perfectly, I don't really see a problem with it and it also works with ryzen 3000 as an added bonus.
Great for the price, 16gb of DDR4 3000 for only around 67 dollars is a great price.
I like this case, only complaint is that is that the window is acrylic.
EDIT: During the winter, when everything is dry and static, I discovered that the acrylic window is basically a magnet for dust, and that's why I removed a star. Still a great case though.