At 65yo, it's never too late to build that perfect Gaming PC. I sold my Motorbike, so I had a strict budget of $2500 AU. 2 months of research and reading many reviews, I came up with this build. During this period I changed CPU to the Ryzen 7 3700, as it has the best performance for my needs, so then had to change MOBO to suit. The GPU took ages, as there are so many great graphics cards. I chose the Asus Raedon RX5700 8GB instead as the PowerColor as it was cheaper and still had AMD compatible RX5700, which could make use of the G.Skills Ripjaws speed. I wanted something that would play games at max graphic settings. I prefer a 24" monitor, as I sit in a small office. I like the colour of an IPS screen, but cannot find any that can go higher than 75Hz. In the end I got a Phillips FHD 75Hz FreeSync IPS 24" Monitor for just $179. I also changed the case. The Fractal was my must have, but the budget would not allow so the Carbide 275Q fitted the bill. The only problems I had were to do with the power cables. The Corsair 750 is fully modular, so in the box was a stack of cables, but no instructions of what is used for where. The Asus Motherboard has a great manual, but was pretty general on what cable to use, and the Graphics card also failed which plugs to use. I watched numerous YouTube builds and finally found that the Graphics used an 8pin and a six pin, with two pins left out. Other than that, it was very enjoyable. PS: How can I add pictures?