A build with 2-s and 6-s - a 2600 Ryzen with a 2060 GeForce, all wrapped up in a tiny(-ish) mini-ITX case.
My previous PC was housed in a Fractal Design Define R4 and weighted over 17kg, so I wanted something more compact.
I went with Ryzen 2600 since it seems like a solid choice for an RTX 2060 that can easily be upgraded down the road, and getting a Ryzen 3000 would require some modifications - either getting a way more expensive X570 motherboard or paying ~35€ for the bios update (don't have random Ryzens lying around).
The mainboard is really inexpensive, but has cool features such as a decent audio codec. I was still using a Creative X-fi XtremeMusic (released in 2006), which sounds great but Windows 10 drivers are a horror show.
The SanDisk SSD was transplanted (along with a spinning rust HDD that I couldn't even find in the lists), but it didn't look nice in the showcase slot in front of the PSU shroud, so I put it in the back.
The modular cables of the PSU are black and neatly routed through the backside, so the build looks very clean.
Overall, the build is not as silent as the dampened Define R4 I was using before, but the main culprit is probably the stock Ryzen cooler. I think the first thing I'd change if I get in the mood would be some white CPU cooler (e.g. DEEPCOOL GAMMAXX 400), and a year or two down the road the CPU+GPU combo can be upgraded with little hassle. The 3000Mhz CL15 memory might be not ideal for Ryzen 3, but we'll see, maybe it could be replaced for a 32Gb kit too.