This is my first gaming pc, assembled by me so the cable management is really messy (trying to figure it out atm) but the first startup went well and I haven't encountered any problems so far.
I live in Hungary so the listed prices on the site aren't applying to me, but I'll add the amount of HUF that I've paid.
This computer replaced my 4-year old system which was too slow to run the newer games, and I also needed an overall faster system for my video and picture editing hobbies. The old PC had an FX-6300 with 8 gigs of ram, and a GTX 960. I was able to sell it for a fair price so I had the opportunity to buy the 6GB version of the GTX 1060.
The CPU: I've never been a big AMD fan but I decided to give Ryzen a chance an I'm glad I did. It's very fast, and multitasking is awesome. The utilization never goes above 60% even when I play ME:Andromeda (with the ultra preset) while I have multiple tabs open in Firefox and I also download games from my Steam library. I bought it from the local PC shop, for 48000 HUF (Around 170 USD) which was a great deal in my opinion. The Be Quiet! cooler is stylish in my opinion, and it's quiet for real. But as a first time builder it is hard to figure the mounting process out with the optional AM4 mount.
The Motherboard: Everything works fine, however if you want to connect more than 3 case fans you have to buy a PWM fan splitter cable.
The RAM: It's fast, and I also got a great deal on these as well. After enabling the XMP profile it's running on 2933MHz.
The GPU: First I was looking at the 3GB version, but since I managed to sell my old system I had enough money to go for the bigger one. This Asus was the only availabe GTX 1060 in my local shop, so I bought it for 95000 HUF (336 USD). Also It's one of the cheapest 1060s in Hungary, but Asus is a respectable brand so I wasn't worried. It's great, runs everything I throw at it with stable 60 fps. The fans are rarely spinning thanks to the case fans and the great airflow they generate.
The Case: I like its design, and the TG is a nice touch. It was easy to build in it however I can't figure out the cable management, so it's definitely not noob friendly.
The Power supply: It's fairly cheap, but it is Bronze certified and it's semi-modular which is nice. The cables are really hard to spin however. Definitely not the best build experience.
Last but not least; The case fans: I like the white leds, they aren't too noisy but they generate an impressive airflow. Thanks to them my video card fans don't even have to work even when playing some heavier games. You can manage their speed using the motherboards BIOS.
Future upgrades: I really need to get an SSD, but I don't have enough money at the moment. Also I'd like to buy a new rear exhaust fan, the one that came with the case works fine but it's not that good looking and it is a bit noisy. I'd like to buy a new monitor too, preferably a 120hz one but that's not going to happen in the near future.
A great 6 core CPU, handles multitasking exceptionally. I'm yet to find a game that could really challenge it. (And I'm playing everything with ultra settings, 1080p 60 fps).
I was skeptical at first about Ryzen, but I managed to buy this one for around 170$ which is a great deal for a 6 core processor with 12 threads.
A great little cooler, it's quiet and it's keeping my cpu cool. I don't overclock I usually just let xfr do it's job.
The mounting process however was a pain in the *** on the am4 bracket.
It was the cheapest 16gb kit available with 3000MHz, and G.Skill is a respectable brand so I decided to buy it. It's great for my Ryzen 5 1600x, after enabling the XMP profile it's running on 2933MHz.
One of the cheapest 6gb 1060s available, but it's just great. It handles OC well (even after the factory OC), It's well built.
Handles all my games (BF1, Me:Andromeda, FFXIV, GTAV etc) on ultra (1080p, 60fps) and thanks to my case and it's fans it stays cool even after hours of gaming. (And the GPUs fans aren't even spinning!).
In my opinion it's a stylish case, also it has lots of air filters and options to create a good airflow since the whole front of the case is a giant mesh.
Using three of Thermaltakes 140mm fans (2x intake on the front, one exhaust on the top) and the included 120mm rear exhaust fan the airflow is great and it isn't loud at all. The fans of my gpu don't even have to spin even after hours of gaming thanks to the great airflow.
The only downside is that it's a bit hard to hide the cables, but it's fairly easy to assemble the computer in this case.
Using three of these 140mm fans (2x intake on the front, one exhaust on the top) and the included 120mm rear exhaust fan in my TT Core G21 TG case the airflow is great and it isn't loud at all. The fans of my gpu don't even have to spin even after hours of gaming thanks to the great airflow these fans are generating.
The white leds are subtle, but stylish.