Runs everything and it's pretty fast, no issues whatsoever. Kinda overpaid for it tho, but there is no other choice in my country.
If you got any questions or suggestions, post in comments.
Update 16/03/2019: Finally brought headphones
Update 09/07/2019: Brought new mouse, Dream Machines DM1 FPS. Best mouse I had so far, totally recommend it, X7 is unusable on my mouse mat.
Best price/performance CPU right now
A very nice cooler, designed for TR4 but also compatible with AM4, if you see it cheaper than Esports One and compatibility isn't an issue to you (it doesn't support mainstream Intel sockets, and probably will not get AM5 mounting kit because of it's low market share), get this one.
Cheapest ATX board on my local market, works pretty good, VRM temps are fine.
There is a rumor circulating around these boards that there are two revisions, one with decent VRMs and one with crappy ones. I think I got the good one, it's pretty stable, I hope it will be able to OC my 2600 to 4GHz or run next-gen Ryzen CPUs if I will need an upgrade.
It works. One thing tho, this RAM got 16-20-20-38 timings which is not usual for CL16 RAM (I got Hynix C-die chips), I recommend slightly dropping timings to 16-18-18-36, I gained about 5.5 FPS in Arma 3 by doing that, will tune it further when I will have the free time.
Overall good SSD, but it can get pretty hot. Exceeding recommended temps under heavy load (Installing or verifying files integrity of Kingdom Come Deliverence which is 54.5 GB's can get SSD to 79c) I have OS + Arma 3 & KCD on mine, haven't noticed slowdowns yet.
Would recommend getting heatsink (or getting 2.5" version instead) for this thing, will be ordering it in the near future.
Good high-capacity HDD. I got the ST2000DM008-2FR102 version.
One of the best 580's you can get.
Love the minimalist design, little harder to build in than S340 because of the smaller size, but it looks better than OG S340, IMO
A high quality PSU, it has a pretty nice metal sticker bundled with it.
I gotta say, this thing is being quiet indeed.
Good cheap IPS panel with Freesync support, got no issues other than IPS glow (didn't bother me much).
Nothing flashy, just a working, reliable keyboard
Pretty good headphones for the price, originally I wanted Cloud Core, but it seems Kingston stopped manufacturing these. So I brought Stinger (which is ~25$ cheaper than Silver (Cloud Core with volume regulator and silver paint on it), and I'm pretty happy with it as of writing this review.
Mic is pretty good for me, sound quality is superb for me, but I'm not an audiophile.