Well, honestly I only use it to play games and some light video editing at the moment. I'll be using it for schoolwork when the need arises.
CPU: I would have opted for one of the Ryzen 5 series, but this CPU was the cheapest by a far margin; the 2600 was $220 and the i3 8100 was $180. This still provides great responsiveness and gaming performance only slightly behind mush more expensive options.
Mobo: It was one of the cheaper boards I managed to pick up. Works well with no problems.
RAM: I was budgeting very tightly, so I ended up opting for single channel RAM, as I can add more in the future when the need arises. The speed was overclocked to 2933mhz, could almost push 3000 with better timings or whatnot, I just left it at 2933.
HDD: Cheap, SSD can come later, works fine.
GPU: I actually managed to pick this up for just $200, It runs all games I play at at least 80 fps for more demanding titles, but I have Radeon Chill on to regulate FPS, as my monitor is only 60hz.
Wireless Network Adapter
Wifi: I game about a floor away from my router, and this card can pull the 300mbps advertised speed with ease.
Case: I installed two rings st the front and one at the back, and the case has adequate space.