PC build with dual monitors intended for researching, writing papers, geomatic applications (GIS, remote sensing, etc.) and of course light to medium gaming (MY GF'S ADDICTED TO ROCKET LEAGUE!!!).
i5 6500: Since I only had barista wages to spend on this PC, I had to budget myself. I wanted to go for an i7-6700k or at least a locked i7 6700 in order to get the increased threads for heavy geomatic applications; however, the locked i5 6500 works very well and the 1060 gtx helps with these kind of loads.
ASRock H110M-ITX/ac: A decent motherboard with clean bios; however, the wifi is extremely difficult to set up so I ended up getting an external adapter (upgraded from the one pictured).
G. Skill Aegis 16 gb: Cheapest 16 gb memory stick. Barely utilizes past 5.0 gb, however, I believe this will change when I start processing more data in heftier applications.
SSD: Wanted only an SDD for noise reduction, so I chose the cheapest 480gb SSD. Will add another 480gb if needed down the road.
MSI GTX 1060: Plenty of UMF for me!! Works beautifully so far on 1080p. Not a huge, huge gamer so its perfect for my needs and helps with rendering, etc. for geomatics.
Thermaltake Core V1: ITS A BEAUT. Love the size and aesthetics
EVGA 500W 80+: Cheap, reliable psu
FANS: I wanted white led fans, however, the blue led fans were much much cheaper. Eventually, I am going to get the white leds or just no leds.