SSD can be the same size as a hard drive but the way they're made makes it more expensive to make them just as large as a HDD
Yah, that case is a bit pricey but I see why you like it, try the link I put in the comments of the post this one I send to a lot of people and almost everyone has liked it.
It's a high possibility that it is not 80+ certified which can be a danger down the line with a high end graphics card
I will warn you it may have some proprietary connections so you can't upgrade the power supply if it does.
Here's one without the 570x
You'll lose lots of your budget to that case its like 150 and you lose 8gbs of ram and a better GPU
Dell optiplex with a 4770 in it the buy a 1060 6gb then buy an sdd and ram
You might have some real bad bottlenecking of you keep the old GPU though.
How much is the budget
16 done two and have one in the process
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/rKgzK8/powercolor-radeon-rx-580-8gb-video-card-axrx-580-8gbd5-3dhdv2oc here's one
Ryzen 2400g or a Ryzen 2200g depending on the budget
Go with a hyper-x mechanical red switch keyboard
Sata power which comes with the power supply and then the sata3 cable which are easy to buy off Monoprice
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/HKm323/lenovo-y27g-270-1920x1080-144-hz-monitor-y27g here's one
Yeah most R3 CPU come out at around 100 to 120 but it'll still rock almost all of the Intel i3's and up to some i5's
What the hell sorta job do you do to build a machine like this
In my opinion not to sound like an *** would go to r51600 see if a gtx 1070 could fit in the budget instead.
CableManagement RETURNING FIRE
Cool concept and build but please watch a basic cable management tutorial.
I noticed there is no 1080ti ad all i want to say is I'm not mad I am just disappointed
Any leaks for us JK