Hi, this is
my friend's CLIENT'S build. He uses it mainly for gaming, C, C#, C++, Java and some Python programming and watching some videos on YouTube. This PC has been built in an Argentinian case, from the "NOGA.net" brand (which I'm very proud of). It all works perfectly, the temps are nice (I don't remember them) and I did the best cable management I could do. The only problem I had was that, I DON'T KNOW WHY THAT HAPPENED, one screw got stuck between the Motherboard and Case MAGICALLY, but luckily the build is safe.
CPU: Intel Pentium G3260 3.3 GHz Dual-Core
I choose this CPU because it was just 2 dollars more than the G3220 here, so... It runs great, no problems when gaming or doing some everyday tasks. The two cores and 3.3 GHz clock are great. YEA, should've gone with G3258, but that CPU and X4 860K never arrived to Argentina, sadly... :-( The CPU cooler is quite loud but it does the job.
Motherboard: MSI H81M-E33
It was cheap. The motherboard has an AWESOME BIOS. Really, I can't complain about it. It's even (a bit) OC capable! It was so easy to install Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. You can upgrade to 16 GB of RAM, so it's OK. Also, it has a great design.
RAM: G.Skill Sniper 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR3-1600
It was just (approximately) 2 dollars more than a non-heat-spreader Kingston 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) kit. It looks badass (the sticker too, that's why I
stole kept it LOL). It does the job. It's dual channel. It's RAM.
Storage: Toshiba 1 TB 3.5'' 7200 RPM
It was the cheapest 1 TB HDD available. Does the job. It can storage all the programs that are going to be installed in.
GPU: Sapphire Radeon R7 360 2 GB NITRO
My friend is proud to say that he was the first person to buy this GPU in Argentina, a bit risky move but ended being a GREAT decision. This GPU is small, so it was very easy to physically install it. It runs AAA games perfectly fine on medium in 1080p and ESports games on ultra at 1080p.