This was my first ever PC build, after watching quite a few tech videos on youtube I wanted to give it a shot.
I reached for something that was compact, able to handle medium productivity workload and has decent gaming capabilities... and didn't completely slaughter my wallet.
Starting point was a build guide I found on Youtube (props to Ed from techsource, check out his stuff, its great) and I switched some parts here and there, depending on what was available easily and did fit the build.
It all worked out pretty well and I am very happy with the result.
I used the white version of the listed monitor (couldn't find it here), it's the Samsung S27E391H.
Same with the speakers, I used the white version of those listed... they are not too powerful by the way, I expected a bit more here.
The Termaltake 200mm fan doesn't come with the right screws which wasn't a problem since I was able to use the screws that came with the case's fan.
For the 80mm fans on the back I used regular steel screws because I was not clever enough to realize that the short screws that came with the fan go in from the back, so that should work too...
I plugged the 200mm fan to the mainboard and the two 20mm fans to the PSU. However, using the Y splitter that came with the PSU and plugging one fan to each ends of the Y didn't work; only one fan worked properly, the other seemed to not get enough power. Plugging both on the same end of the Y splitter solved the problem.