Note: In the photos you can see two A400 Kingston SSDs. I didn't use two, I was building two PCs. One for my brother and one for me. My case came first so, I built first.
This machine was about 3-4 months in the making. The planning started with a 200ge, and a budget of <£200. Now, I have a bit of a bigger budget of £380, and went with a Ryzen 3 2200g. The Vega 8 on the chip is amazing for the esports games I play, like CS:GO and TF2. I overclocked the CPU to 4 ghz but after two crashes I went back to 3.5ghz. Still, the cooler is great for the CPU. I've never hit 65 celcius yet. The motherboard and ram were great. I overclocked the ram to 2667 and it has stayed there stable ever since.
The SSD and Hard Drive are both very fast. I was going to go with a 480gb SSD but it was cheaper, and more storage to do a HDD+SSD kinda thing.
The case, oh the case! I love this case! Looks amazing. The cable management was amazingly easy but I think with my lack of skills I kinda ruined it, but lol. The case was massive compared to the crappy HP Compaq 6000 I was using but it's only been a week and I already feel used to it. Plus, it comes with cable ties, so brownie points for that.
The power supply was neat and easy to install. It's really quiet in operation, alike most of the PC, I can't hear it while it's idling, or for that matter when under load.
In total, this completely changed my computing experience. I'm not used to having enough power to run chrome and a game, at 1080p. This PC boots so much faster than my old PC. Soo. Much. Faster.
CS:GO Medium settings benchmark average: 100.47 fps
TF2 Max settings (2x MSAA): Empty: 150+fps Crowded 90+fps
Cinebench (4ghz/2667mhz): 536cb, 59.47 fps
I will get some more games to try, probably Fortnite, cause I'm sad.