This is the base I have built to start off with.
The next addition is going to be an RX570 Card to complete the budget build.
I was lucky enough to get a Razer blackwidow keyboard for free, and already have a monitor.
holy ******* cables
don't care too much
I hope that some of those cables don't get caught in the cooler
Manage them cables bro
how much was the whole build total? A lot of the parts dont have prices listed
it looks really nice, but cable management could use some work. I understand that this case doesnt offer a lot of cable management options, but just some cable ties and maybe strapping the cables to the wall of the case would make the build that much nicer.
This case offers plenty of management. I have my wife's build using one
I think that is a fine start to your build at that price with upgrades to come.Well done I say.
Awesome budget system! Make sure you watch some videos and tweak that 2200G to get the most out of it. It's pretty easy with AMD Ryzen Master. The 2200G also greatly benefits from faster memory, so if you can overclock your memory to 2666 that would give you a noticeable boost in performance.
Nice starting build I started with similar setup but 16gb ram and some extra storage. For sure when you can upgrade to a dedicated gpu. I got a second hand rx 480 4GB and it makes all the difference. For sure overclock that 2200g at least on the GPU side.
that looks pretty decent. the cable management could use some work. I was going to do something really similar as my first build.
Take the side panel off when you take the picture.
i know people are commenting on the cable management, but it wont hurt anything if you leave it like that. nice build and welcome to pc gaming! the 570 is going to be a great card to match this hardware. You can get them on ebay really cheap (less then 100 dollars) the only other thing i would recomend is some sort of hard drive since 120gb wont last long. Those you can get for 20 dollars on ebay, just make sure its a sata hard drive and not a sas hard drive if you go that route.
Cable management looks like my mom's spaghetti.