I wanted to build a computer that I could edit photos and videos on adobe, then I figured I might as well make it a gaming PC too. I spent several weeks researching every part and shopped at various vendors to find the best deal possible. This was my first build, I have wanting to build a PC since first Gen Ryzen was released, however the funds were not present. After spending several hours on YouTube, watching build after build, it was finally my turn. I like RGB but not so much that it overkill looks like a kids PC. I use to ride BMX when I was a teen and the colors on my bike were white and green, hence the colors of my PC. Since my main focus of this PC will be media creation, I decided on the 2600X because I got a very good deal on it and I could not justify spending $280+ when Ryzen 3700X is around the corner. I wanted to go with an air cooling (Noctua), however after speaking to a couple friends, they convinced to go with an AIO. The motherboard was recommend to me by a friend, which fit my needs and the RGB was a plus. The GPU is something I spent a lot of time researching, at first I thought I wanted a 2070 from Gigabyte, but then I figured I good with a manufacture that has good customer service and a good warranty. After surfing through several forums, I decided on EVGA. The cooler on the GPU is massive and does an excellent job. Lastly, the case! After going back and fourth on cases, Fractal ended up earning my business. The case is not too big, but just big enough. Air flow, air filter placement, cable management and the aesthetics on this case are top notch! Overall, I am very happy with my build, and I am satisfied with the performance.