So this build was basically parted over time. I basically had an old FX system I found and slowly changed everything over. I started with the Motherboard, ram, and cpu. Which I got an amazing deal from micro center. For motherboard I got the Asus X370 Prime Pro this was on sale with CPU bundle for 19.99. I know Asus as being good board makers so figured why not, looks good too. Than the CPU is the Ryzen 5 2600, which was on sale at 119.99, due to Zen2 being out, so that was a no brainier. Ram was basically chosen on color but being able to get 3200mhz too was not bad. Eventually I upgraded the case also to the Matrexx 55 White, from deepcool so far good case, just kinda air issue at front due to tempered glass, but my temperatures stay pretty good. The case didn't come with fans though. I had originally used the old fans from my old FX system, but one of them failed than I figuered I wanted some RGB, so I picked up a cheap set of uphere rgb fans. They are not great, so might eventually change them out. They are controller through a controller, and not motherboard also they run full speed all the time. It does keep system cool, and the fact you can change the colors is a nice touch. and has many other presets, as well as the RGB can be simply turned off with controller too. The white cable mods were simply used for cosmetic purposes since this is the same cheap ketchup PSU i had in the FX system, but I will eventually be going up to a 80+ gold and 750W from this 80+ bronze 550W. Mostly for the better brand name, and Semi-Modular purposes so cable management be better, right now it's not terrible as this case does have a shroud. The RX 570 Sapphire Pulse was simply chosen due to my budget. I paid $109 for it at micro center open box, so far it has given me no issues and run all games I've played at 1080p high - highest setting. Some things I've been playing is Rage 2, Wolfenstien YoungBlood, Borderlands 2, Forza Horizon 4, warframe. I was also able to sell off some my old FX system, for a total of $130 so this complete change cost me around $412.95 which I think was pretty good. I eventually plan to add RX 5700 Red Devil if it comes out in the triple fan layout like the RX 5700XT, otherwise ill go with another 3 fan style like Asus ROG Strix. I will not be adding an AIO this time around, since I won't be overclocking the CPU. I currently have my RX 570 undervolted and underclocked a little, took it from 1284mhz to 1250mhz and from 1150mV to 920mV, and also adjusted fan curve. I also do have a profile for a 1400mhz clock and 1130mV overclock, for games that are more demanding.