This is a fairly basic build being used for casual gaming and media browsing. My wife has recently been working from home and has taken over my Core i5 build from a few years back so I wanted to build myself a dedicated rig just for the purposes noted above. It's nothing fancy and I'll likely over clock the CPU slightly just for fun.
My main theme was to build a SFF white and black based PC with tasteful RGB lighting. I was on a tight budget but I still managed to get some great deals during Black Friday and Boxing Day sales. Computer components are much more expensive in Canada! I decided to build a Ryzen 2600 rig based on the overwhelming cost to performance articles and youtube videos. Every component purchased was based on the cost to performance principal. No component purchased is worth bragging about, however the budget and performance parameters were met.
The only thing I might upgrade in the future is a new GPU with a white shroud and maybe add a 5" touch screen in the front SSD slot for fan and temperature monitoring?
The build was fun and I haven't completed a build in a few years outside of small HTPC appliances such as openelec boxes and NAS boxes for media storage. My last full build was the Core i5 with AIO being dual boot as a hackintosh. I think in three years I'll have another build to do as my son will want his own gaming PC and then another one in a few years after that as my youngest son will want one too!