After having only low-end laptops for years I finally decided to take a shot at building a PC. Having never done so I went with a budget build and I am quite happy with the results. Generally this PC gets used for basic web browsing, YouTube, & World of Warcraft (Retail & Classic).
The Ryzen 2200g cpu is overclocked to 3.8ghz & the igpu is overclocked to 1500mhz. Corsair ram is sitting at a comfortable 3400mhz.
DIYPC MA08-BK case is definitely a bit of a challenge to build in. I've watched many video of people building in this or similar cases & it seems that most stick the majority of the wires in the 5.25" bay and let the others fall where they may. To avoid this I chose to go with a semi-modular 80+ bronze psu from Rosewill which helped avoid the much of the clutter and I was actually able to cable manage most of the cables into the back of the case which helps with the airflow inside I'm sure. The case comes with an 80mm exhaust fan & 120mm front intake fan & the ability to add a second 120mm fan to the side panel (I replaced the front fan merely because I wanted green rather than the blue that it came with).
Things I would change if I did it over; I would use a full modular SFF psu rather than an ATX just to free up a bit more space.
Future plans with the PC:
*PWM fans, 2x 120mm for front & side as well as a 92mm (though it's not officially supported it will definitely accept one) for the rear
*PWM fan hub since I only have 1 PWM connector on the motherboard.
*Heatsinks for the VRM mosfets
*Blower style gpu such as an RX570 / RX580 (The reason for the blower style is the lack of ventilation in the case I feel would result in higher temps with the other type).