Basically I just built this to play games for when my cant play my xbox one x when the 4k tv is being used. I watched a ton of videos on YouTube( bitwit, jayztwocents, linustechtips)about building and installing all the parts. I had originally set a budget for myself of only about 400 but that went out the door when I saw a deal for prices for the cpu and motherboard when bundled at micro center. Once I decided that I was going to abandon a ryzen 3 2200g with integrated graphics and follow through with the 2600 and go with a dedicated gpu, I decided to just build what I've wanted while still being reasonable with a "budget" Overall very happy with how it turned out. As far as pricing went, micro center was running a special on the 2600(149.99) and offering %30 off with a eligible motherboard combo. While they didnt have listed that my motherboard was included, it dropped the price from 129.99 to 99.99. While exploring motherboards for a good couple weeks I had my mind made up on the b450 gaming pro carbon ac. Good reviews about the vrm for overclocking, plenty of fan headers, RGB lights, plus having wifi built in sweetened things up. The ram was on sale at newegg for 129.99 while was down from the 149 or 159 price tag. I picked up GPU, case, fans, and power supply when I made my trip to microcenter because I got impatient and just wanted to get everything I needed right then and there instead of waiting gor the black friday specials coming. I really wasnt a fan of the case at first because of the color strip almost done the middle of the case for hiding cables, but seeing it in person changed my mind. The only issues I had was toward the end while attempting to stuff the rest of the cable into the bottom of the case with the fan controller and cables being long. Another issues I ran into with my data power csblenwas that I could plug in my ssd sata power and then resch it across and plug the seats power into my other two hdd's, so luckily I had a 2 female to 1 female plug and sold that issue. With my first initial boot up I was getting BSOD because of an amd overdrive drivers. And had to remove my ssd, put it back in my old pc. Delete the driver then put the ssd bsck into the new case and no more issues after that.
I will update the details with the cpu and gpu when I have more free time