After I upgraded my personal computer, I had an i5-6600k and an MSI GTX 970 just laying around. My girlfriend had her computer, which only had a Pentium G3258 (great processor, no issues with it) and a Gigabyte GTX 960 2GB, so I decided to revamp her computer. I ditched her old parts and gave her a brand new Skylake processor and a new motherboard to go along with it. Now, some of you might say, "Why are you using a stock cooler on an overclocking CPU?" My answer to that would be "I don't have enough money yet to get her an AIO Liquid Cooler."
Moving on to building. Disassembling her old computer wasn't that hard. I was the one who built it in the first place. When I opened up the computer, I was horrified at my own cable management so I definitely decided I would fix that. Also in the photos, there is a kit off 16GB corsair LPX ram. Working with that ram was a nightmare that would take hours of typing just for me to explain what happened. I ended up giving her PC a kit of 4x4 G.Skill Ram that would ultimately match her build as well.
I would say I'm pretty proud of this build. Small, compact and fairly powerful as well. If I were to change anything, I would definitely change out the power supply and the CPU cooler right away. The network card is amazing, no issues with that as well. The motherboard looks amazing and has enough features and USB ports to satisfy anyone looking for a micro atx PC build.
Please recommend me some modular power supplies, preferably with sleeved cabling so that this build would look better. Also, recommend me some air coolers that could fit in this tiny chassis unless you guys think that AIO liquid cooling would probably be the best for this little but powerful PC.