It's been a while since my first build (You can check it out here: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/y8TBD3) and a lot changed.
In february, I bought the i5 4670 and ASRock MB for my birthday money, I gave away my old Phenom to my cousin. Around month later, I bought the SeaSonic PSU and I love it. It's quiet, it's fully modular and it handles everything easily.
In april, my Seagate HDD died after all of these 3 years, and I tried to revive it, but it's pointless.
Yesterday (06.05.2017) I went to the store and bought the case (SilentiumPC Regnum RG1) and it's not bad case. It has PSU shroud, the cable management is okay, but it's a fingerprint magnet and can bend in some places (bent it a little on the front while installing the fan).
I have a RX 570 in plans, but currently I'm out of money.
Although it catches dust easily, it keeps the CPU cool.
Got it very cheap. It has trouble to boot with pendrive connected for some reason, but it works.
Welp, RAM is RAM. Still runs greatly, but I'm not sure why, the first module runs at 1866MHz, while the second one runs at 1600.
7 seconds and I'm on the desktop. While it has little space, it's just enough for me. Might be a bit slow, but runs fine.
Not a bad card, although it ignores custom fan curves and the OC settings. Pretty quiet actually, usually runs at 1350RPM.
The cheapest 600W+ fully modular PSU in my country. No complaints.
Had so much trouble with it to boot when my HDD died, but it works okay.