Build for a friend, they didn't really have a finite budget, so I just went for a nice $1200 budget. Although some parts could have been replaced with cheaper or higher performance per dollar parts, I just wanted to make sure the colors all matched as said friend is an artist so I'd prefer to not give her a computer without dat a e s t h e t i c .
Affordable Ryzen Quad-core, easily overclocked to 3.9 Ghz on stock cooler. (Waiting for the AM4 bracket to arrive for my other cooler)
Good looking DDR4-3200.
Fast (but likely not furious)
Good price for quality 2 TB HDD.
Great looking case, but did not include front panel i/o connector which would've made plugging in the individual cables easier.
Great modular, 80+ gold power supply, especially considering the price i obtained it for.
It's Windows, woot, yay.
Silent, cool, stylish. The cables are sleeved, which is nice, but are a bit short.
Great monitor for the price, 1080p IPS display looks great. But the monitor's stand could use some work, and the buttons feel cheap.