Built last system in 2000, (I think was) amd XP1600 with 333 memory OC'ed lol. I still have the huge antec full tower case with 5 fans in it, what a monster. Then bought PCs but this time want to build one again, a 2400G system for the future. Have no new games but old ones if I ever get time to play them, life gets in the way. Have a lot of typical home stuff I use the PC for. Have one of the old Momo wheels I'd like to get hooked up to this some day.

Idea with this build is 2400G, great MB, fast memory, M2 drive that will last. The rest I can upgrade later, drop in a fast CPU and GPU card as needed. I might add the 1TB drive I just put in my old PC. I went with a large air cooler due to some saying water coolers are not lasting that long, and do a lot of daily non-gaming stuff on this PC that adds many idle running hours.

Finally have everything and got it together, then had no hdmi cable. Got that its running, loading bios and drivers, have win10 on it. My cheap psu has a slight rattle in fan, it was new out of box. Was able to run 3600 on memory with a couple reboots and asus settings, I'll get into stuff that later.

The coolermaster 612 was a complicated thing but had all am4 parts just missing some rubber pads.