I made the cheapest gaming PC if anyone wants to see that:
It's still under development, but it should be finished soon.
Bro, what's an Ooofer?
Mine's the most expensive:
Could be some weird compatibility bottleneck, but I can't really think of anything. If the products say you can overclock them, maybe you should? The idea of overclocking that beast puts a lump in my throat and a tear in my eye. If you don't know how there are a couple of tutorials on youtube. Really beautiful build, wish my dad was as cool as you. Thanks for helping to pass on the knowledge for the next generation of PC builders and users.
Why exactly would you build this???
The ryzen 3 2200g is an apu, meaning it has on board graphics, so there's no need to use a gpu.
You WAAAAAY Overpayed for the ssd. They're like, 20-30 dollars for a 500gb @ microcenter. The western digital ones from newegg(or maybe amazon) are also like 10 dollars cheaper. Overall though, that looks pretty decent. If you had the extra money I'd have spent it on a mechanical drive.
You could also upgrade to a Ryzen 7 1700 and use the after-market cooler, but it's really up to you.
I also think you should use a regular hard drive along with a solid-state drive because of the limited storage. I'm going to use a
Hitachi Ultrastar 7K3000 that has 2 TBs of storage, so you could use that too, especially for that price.
The Ryzen 5 2600 comes with a stock cooler that works really well, so I don't think it would be necessary to upgrade to an after-market cooler.