I have been saving up for a complete budget setup for the past year. I had a budget of 500 dollars when it came to the PC, and the setup had a lower budget. After a few months I started to realize that I needed to focus on the aesthetics of my setup just to please myself. Below is what I came up with over the past couple of months. Keep in mind, all of this setup including peripherals and all costed under 1000 dollars when I purchased them all at that time.
No Problems so far, I am although ready to upgrade because dual core is becoming outdated for today's gaming titles.
Got it on a great sale, and I love it. Prefect for budget and plenty of slots for my needs.
Great RAM, hard to go wrong with it.
No problems so far, decent speed.
Great GPU, I love it. Handles plenty of my games. CSGO gets around 175-250 FPS average on all maps. BF4 gets around 90 FPS on 1080p high settings.
Decent case, good simplistic look, not a lot of cable management room.
Almost regret buying this because the 24 pin connector doesn't fully click in the motherboard no matter how much pressure i put on it.
...It's Windows xD
Great monitor, perfect size, fits my needs for gaming and entertainment.
Great keyboard, typing on it now, sounds and feels amazing.
Great mouse for gaming because of its pinpoint accuracy and response time.
decent headset, only con would be the fact that it doesn't have a huge amount of volume for listening to music, other than that it is a great gaming headset.
Perfect for Netflix, only problem i have is a loose power connector in the back of the main speaker.
No problems so far, it's a mouse pad.
Great for phone chargers.
Perfect all metal sturdy headset stand.