A friend asked me to help him build a computer, and I had wanted to build another pc (haven't posted personal build yet) for awhile now. So, we sat down and I taught him what all the components do and we budgeted out a well-rounded pc. Fast forward a week, and we have all the parts, ready to assemble. The building process went well, except for a hiccup with the HDD LED header being plugged in wrong and causing the computer to not start, but that was easily fixed. He should be able to play any game he desires at 1080p with the 6-core 8400 paired with an RX 580 from AMD underneath the (figurative) hood. Cable management was a struggle with a non-modular PSU from EVGA (great value by the way) and the lack of a beneath-the-GPU cutout caused the PCI-e cable to look a little strange in the Versa H17. The rest of the front cables were made a little cleaner with some good-ol' zip-ties and some routing through the middle cutouts of the case. This PC should last him awhile with that much horsepower, and I'm glad to see it all up and running (and installing about 50 Windows updates). I'd appreciate no cable management comments, but please give me your thoughts!
Edit: My build is up at https://pcpartpicker.com/b/BkyXsY, please check it out!