Finally finished this setup after ordering parts over a few months. I built the PC mostly for playing OW, GTA V, CS:GO and anything new that might interest me and the usual stuff.
I wanted to have a full white theme for the PC but the availability of parts where I live is pretty limited so decided to go with a black/white instead. I'm happy with how it's turned out.
Parts selection - i5-8400 - I picked it up before the prices spiked, it's definitely the most VFM buy I could've made and it handles anything I throw at it anyways.
32GB RAM ? Well I intended to only stick with 16GB, but the second stick was on discount and I just went for it. I can finally open 8 tabs in Chrome, YAY!
2400MHz ? Many people have different opinions over whether 3000MHz is any better, but I just liked this RAM from Crucial and I went for it!
RTX 2060 - I was torn over which GPU to go for, I had the Vega 56 and RTX 2070 in mind too, but in the end, the RTX 2070 didn't show much gains for the higher price and the Vega 56 was behind both RTX GPUs by a lot, so the 2060 seemed like the only good choice. I get great frames in OW and CS:GO (obviously, ha!) and GTA V looks stunning as well.
H400 - It was the only microATX case I liked. And I needed the mATX build because I wanted to keep the build compact and make it fit on my desk.
Feel free to ask me any questions you'd want to!
Excellent performance and great VFM
Nice with the RGB, expected a little better performance though.
Great MB, has all the connectivity I was looking for and is built pretty well.
Really, really fast.
Great performance, runs a little hot though, cooling could've been better.
The tempered glass shattered while I was screwing in a thumbscrew, needed to replace it with some plexiglass. Nonetheless, a great case, brilliant cable management options and the rest of the case seems durable.
Has lasted me for 7 years now, and still upto the mark.
Kinda expensive, but it is good even at low RPM and RGB is great.
The most feature packed mouse out there. Get this if you want a mouse with 10(+4) buttons but without the ugly keypad.
Not very stiff so I routed them easily.
White PCB without the RGB, just what I was looking for.