What do you use the machine for?
I use this build for Video Editing, Music Production, and of course, A LOT of Triple A Games.
I overclocked my 1600 to 3.7GHz with 1.30V. In order to get 3.8, I would have to change voltage to 1.37, which isn't worth it. (waaay too much for only 100MHz more.)
I kept my GTX 1060 stock since it is Overclocked by the Manafacturer. It is OC'd 100MHz more than other GTX 1060s on amazon in this price range ($250)
I chose 2x4GB 2800MHz because it is a really high MHz ram for the same price as a 2133 and a 2400. At the time, there weren't 2933 in this price range, so I don't regret getting it (But now there is, but it still doesn't change my perspective since a GTX 1060 won't have a massive FPS difference with different ram speeds.)
I chose this motherboard because I liked the look of it :p The mobo also has 4 ram slots so I can add another 8GB in the future since games like Star Wars Battle Front 2017 and BF1 requires it.
I got a 500W since it can carry a 1600 OC, 16GB ram, GTX 1060 Factory OC, etc. It could also have potential on a RYZEN 1700 and a GTX 1070. I won't be getting those parts till a 2019+.
1TB, cause why not.
Beautiful MATX case. Big window, looks like tempered glass PC case. Space is amazing. Cable management panel is kind of bad. It can fit .75-1inch width of cables MAX. This PC is beautiful though!!
2 KINGWIN intake, 1 rear. Give my system cooler air since it's OC'd. The front fans are 64CFM each! They were only $4.99 each too!!
I got a PWM fan splitter to run 3 fans since the MOBO only allows 1 chassis fan connector. They all run at 100%.
This build took me 5 hours. If you would like to see a walkthrough of me building this PC, Check out my video!