I've made this build for gaming @60FPS FullHD. I wanna spend not too much money and have a very silent Pc. Archivied the goal with Noctua fans. No compromise with noise, the system in idle is near-silent. I've reuse some parts from my previous computer like two SSDs and PSU.
PcPP flags my PSU incorrect with GPU but, The Corsair HX 620 comes with 2x cables 6-pin to 6+2 pin. So it can handle GPU with 2x 8-Pin. Actually i use it with Sapphire nitro+ 570 without any issue.
Upgraded to Evga 650W G3.
Update 2017/10/15: i've switched the Noctua L9x65 with a U12S Am4. The temps drop from 68° to 58°. Thanks also to Gelid Extreme paste. The U121S fill exactly into my mobo, there are 2mm between GPU.
Upgrade 2018/07/25: i've upgrade the gpu with a 5-month used Asus GTX 1070 only 315€. Then i've bought a Ryzen 2600 due to 1300X bottleneck. Now it shine!
I've bought it cause my old Ryzen 1300X bottleneck the GTX 1070. This 12nm Ryzen shine! It's faster in single core, and in multicore keeps 3,7Ghz on over all 12 threads. Precision Boost is amazing, it switch the cores hz based on game required. Some old-engine games like War Thunder doesn't benefit of Ryzen cause it uses few cores. Actually i don't have overclocked yet.
Easy to mount. Very silent. Keeps my cpu @ 58° C on load. It fit exactly into my mobo. Also can handle 95W CPU for a future upgrade.
Cheap Asus mobo. I don't wanna spent too much for mobo, but i was wrong. It has only one chassis-fan connector, so i've used 3x splitter. No Crossifire, no overclock due to A320 chipset, but i don't mind since i will not overclock. For a 60$ is a good pick-up, but is better go for a 80-90$ mobo with some more features.
Update 2018/07/25: i've drop 3 stars cause the mobo is really cheap. Also cannot keep long gaming sessions due to cheap VRM. Buy it only if you wanna make a low-budget build. I've played at 60FPS without any issue, but when i upgrade my GPU & CPU to reach 75FPS, the system become unstable. I resolved putting a 120mm fan over the VRM (on the fly, just to see if fix). So the VRM are cheap; when you demand something more, the mobo cannot give it.
I was looking for a reliable RAM, so i go with Kingston FURY cause are selled in big numbers. No matters about it. 2400 is enough for me actually.
Found a 5-month used one, i've bought for 315€. It's quiet and power. 70° C on max load. I also like the only one 8-pin. Great GPU.
I like this case, the aesthetics, the compact form. It's not a 5-star case cause the average cable management. The plastics are good, but the metal cage feel cheap, it flex easly when you mount the front fans. There are rubbered feets for PSU. For a 40$ is good case.
Bought to replace an old Corsair HX620 from 2008. Very satisfied! It runs silent and quite. It's extremely compact so it fit in all cases. The packaging and general quality are top.
Noctua are the best! Quality. Performance. Silence. Accessory. Packaging. Into the box you'll find: screws, splitter, rpm-reducer, rubbered-screws and another connector!!! I have a Corsair ML120 and CoolerMaster MasterAir 120, but Noctua archieve almost 0dB @600-700RPM!!!!
My exact model is S24D330H (a revision of this one). I think this is one of the best gaming monitor for price ratio. Previously i used a Dell S2415H and Dell S2418H, but this Samsung is faster. I feel the 1ms response time. The panel is TN but the colours are not bad. So i preferred speed rather than IPS image quality. Thanks to AMD drivers i can choose between FullRGB or Limited colours cover.
Update 2018/07/25 Can be overclocked to 75Hz.