We had such a good time with our first build https://pcpartpicker.com/b/N9J8TW that I decided one wasn't enough. So I convinced my wife she needed a pc.
I decided to try and go with a budget build that would be good for everyday websurfing and maybe some light gaming.
So I went with a Pentium G4500 just a few months before the Kaby Lake Pentiums and there multi-threaded processing. Really wish I would have held a little longer.
The DIYPC case I got for $35. It's not bad for the price and my wife and daughter loved the purple. We did end up swapping the purple case fans for a couple of multicolored Apevia LED fans.
My wife picked out the curved monitor because she thought it looked cool. It's nice but I am not sure there is any need for the curve on a 22 inch monitor.
I went with a PowerColor RX 460 simply because it was on sale and was the cheapest 460 at the time. It works well for what it is. No complaints.
I threw a vinyl Groot sticker on the side window to make the wife happy.
Go easy on the cable management, I know it I need to work on this.