I'll start by saying that I'm "out of the loop" when it comes to PCs nowadays. The last one I built was the one I'm currently on which, whilst being OK at the time, is now getting on a bit at nearly 10 years old. I've replaced several items on it over the years including memory upgrades, new PSU, SSD and liquid cooling, though I feel that it needs to be gracefully retired before it decides to give up the ghost completely as it's now starting to show its' age and needs several more upgrades. I was going to post in the thread below by piff (New desktop PC required) as it's a similar issue, but thought I'd start a new thread so as not to add to the confusion. Would one of the resident experts be able to check the list below to confirm that everything will play nicely together and that I've not missed anything blindingly obvious out? I'd also like to mention that noise is an issue with me and I'd like it to be as quiet as possible. Game Max Silent Mid Tower Gaming Case **Aero Cool Integrator OEM 500W 80+ Bronze PSU Gigabyte B360 HD3 Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard Intel Core i5 8400 2.8GHz Hexa Core (Socket 1151) **BeQuiet! Pure Rock Slim CPU Cooler Adata XPG SX8200 480GB M.2-2280 SSD Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x 8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Graphics Card DVD Writer Optical Drive (My old one is tired and only works when or if it wants) Windows 10 Pro 64 bit version ** These starred items are subject to change, a bit more research needed yet... I've not ordered a second hdd as I have a 1Tb in my old machine which will be fine to transfer. Whist I could probably put it all together myself, I have a build option from the supplier and the whole thing comes with a 3 Year Collect & Return warranty. It's also the best part of £1,000 so I need it to be OK. It'll be primarily used just for Office stuff, though I do have to edit a few pictures and run a couple of printers, including a resource hogging ID card one. After that it's mainly a bit of web browsing and general usage. I know it's probably overkill for my needs, but I want it to last for at least 5 years when, hopefully, I'll be retired. Incidentally, I have another option in a used Dell Precision 3620 on the bay, with an i7-7700, 500GB SSD and 16GB RAM and with W10 Pro included. This is over £300 cheaper but I've no idea how old it is or how hard a life it's led, nor who's components it's using.