What I focused on this build was upgradability. Not just that, but upgradability without wasting a lot of money.
This is mainly made for videoediting/rendering/animation/Modeling. That's why I went for Ryzen as they has more cores and threads.
For the CPU+GPU, I chose the 2200g for 2 reasons. Number 1: it had intergrated graphics which meant it would run low level games if necessary. Number 2: It was £80 and so there would be lots of money saved. Answer this, what would be better: paying £60 for a temporary GPU and £60 for a temporary CPU or a temporary APU for £80 (with an included cooler]
The motherboard was an obvious choice. I chose the Tomahawk MAX for multiple reasons. The first is the supported ram speeds and the amount of fan headers there are. The most important one was the very valuable VRM. It can handle Ryzen 9 3900x OC if you wanted to take that massive leap whereas I would be personally going for a 3700x.
I chose 32GB kit for memory so it would save me money in the long run because when I would want to upgrade for 64GB, I can as there are 2x16gb sticks so I can purchase the same exact kit in the future for the upgrade. If I went for a 1x8gb, I wouldn't be able to reach that 64gb without reselling the ram.
The case was just personal preference. I liked the modern look and easy cable routing.
As with the PSU, I needed to get a fully modular one so I can not clutter my build. I went for 600w plus because that would be enough for a 2080 super without extreme oc.
This would be the upgradability path I would take: 1- 240GB SSD > 240GB SSD + 1TB NVME/2.5" SSD (+£100) 2- 2200G + Wraith Cooler > AIO (eg H100I) + 3900X/3700X + 2070 Super/2080 Super/2080ti (depending on how rich you are) (+£1000 - £1700) 3- 2x16GB > 4x16GB (+£160)
Does what you want. Great value. Comes with included cooler and isn't too hard to oc.
Best b450 vrm design. Can handle 3900x oc but wouldn't be the best pick. I also had this problem with the mobo that sometimes it wouldn't display to the monitor. I reinstalled the cpu and realised that you shouldn't plugin anything into the bios flashback usb port.
Does what is neccessary.
Good to build in. Lack or RGB in fans or lightstrips but expected in a cheap case. Cable management was a breeze with the design.
Works great. Not much to say about a PSU, honeslty.