When I was a child, during the 90s, the other kids had their ATARI and other consoles, but my father did not understand the concept of spending money on games or consoles. I started pc gaming when my uncle bought his first pc. I used to play on his IBM Aptiva with the only game that came with it, FIFA 98.
When my father bought us the first family pc, back in 2002, I didn't know anything on pc parts. We got an intel pentium 3 with integrated graphics and 64 mb of RAM. I was excited, finally I could game at home. But I was sadly disappointed to see that my pc could hardly reach the minimum requirement of games back then, not mentioning that that the IBM Netvista, that we got, had issues; it was freezing all the time. I made myself a promise: when I grow up and get a job, I'll buy a killer gaming pc. I'll buy the best my money can afford.
Time has come to fulfill that promise. I finally built the pc of my dreams, the best performance my budget can get, my first build ever, the RYZEN 7 1700 paired with a gtx 1070 and 32 gigs of RAM. Yes I know 32 gb of RAM may be too much for gaming, but, since that IBM junk we got, I have a RAM complex. I was hesitating between AMD RYZEN or Intel Kaby-lake, made my mind on the RYZEN because I can't benefit from the extra fps the i7-7700 k 4 ghz core clock would give me, since my monitor is 60 hz.