After 10 years without a desktop computer, the hardware bug bit again. The use is a mix gaming, photography and video editing. It's currently working as an HTPC but soon It will be my main desktop PC.
CPU: I bought the 9400F because it was a good deal, very close to i3 8100 in price that I originally wanted to buy. I sticked with Intel even with some interesting Ryzen chips because the combo CPU+MOBO was a bit cheaper and the gaming performance of 9400F was still superior (compared to R5 2600).
MoBo: Even tough the selected case (Jonsbo C2) supports some uATX motherboards, I preffered ITX so I can keep the disk bay. I wanted Wifi and Bluetooth so I don't have to add any extra module. Initially I bought an Asrock H310M-ITX AC for a very good price but seller run out of stock and I went with Gigabyte B360N Aorus Gaming Wifi.
RAM: I bought Kingston HyperX Predator 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 because it was reasonably priced with free shipping. At the moment there was not much difference from 2666Mhz in price.
GPU: Currently using a 750Ti borrowed from a friend to test the system. It's planned to be replaced by a GTX 1660Ti or RTX 2060 soon.
SSD: I found this Lexar NM500 256GB (NVME drive) for 40 USD at Aliexpress. The drive is fast and the boot up is very quick, although I might change it for a larger one or add a second SATA SSD.
CASE: I really like the look of Jonsbo C2 case, it is very clean and minimalist like I want this build to be. I'm aware it is not very good with cooling, so I'm not using high TDP parts. I plan to install a decent 140mm fan at the bottom and leave a gap in the top cover like I saw in some other builds, when I open it to change the GPU.
PSU: I wanted a small, cheap and reasonably good quality PSU and I found this one at a good price. I think 450W of reliable power should be enough for an ITX minimalist build. It is semi modular so I only need to plug the cables needed for the build.
Monitor: Since this is a mix of gaming/desing build I'm probably going for a 21:9 aspec ratio monitor. I'm thinking of getting an LG 29WK500 because of its price and decently accurate IPS panel with 75Hz refresh rate, or maybe a 2 screen set up with two LG 24MK430.
Keyboard: I wanted a Logitech K810, but I coudn't find it at a reasonable price, so I went for the much cheaper K380. It works well, but I would prefer it a little bigger and with square keys.
Mouse: Currently using an old Logitech Bluetooth mouse, but I'm planning on getting an m720 or a G603 if I decide to go for a more gaming-like mouse.
Speakers: I'm probably going to get a pair of Edifier R1580MB for the looks, price and decent audio that Edifier usually offers.
Edit 17/07/2019: Added newer pictures and a render of how the desk might look like when finished.