HI! I am researching parts for a future build. My build would look like this, in a nutshell, without all the details: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Asus Prime B350-Plus 16GB of RAM in a 2x8GB configuration @ 2400mhz or 3200mhz (maybe a bit lower or somewhere inbetween) 250GB or 500GB SSD (Samsung, Adata) 1TB or 2TB or 3TB HDD (preferably Western Digital) GTX 1070 8GB with good cooling and decend price to performance ratio PSU: 500-600W Bronze or Gold (is this a good enough range for the wattage?) Thermaltake Versa H25 ATX Mid tower case (cheap, simple, enough space) My monitor is a 21" 1080p @ 60hz LG - I will buy a better monitor because of the graphics card later, but I would like to hear recommendations. A higher refresh rate would be welcome, I will look at 1080p or 1440p models but only if the price is acceptable, like $200 to $300, maybe a little bit more. Assume a budget of around $1200 but I'm not going to buy a GTX 1080 or a new monitor right away. Disregard an OS or peripherals. I have a couple of questions: 1) I watched a Linus Tech video about RAM speeds where Linus states that 2400mhz is the sweetspot. Is that true? If so, what brands would you recommend for a 2x8GB setup? I've been considering Kingston (HyperX Fury and Predator XMP) and G.Skill (Aegis or Ripjaws). These are also RAM kits I can buy locally. 2) Regarding GPUs - what is the best GTX 1070 model? I've read that the MSI Aero is the worst of the bunch because it has reference cooling and has major overheating issues. Other than that, I don't really know which card to pick. Gigabyte, Asus or MSI are all pretty good picks from what I've read. 3) HDD - 5400 rpm or 7200 rpm? I am going to use it to store music and movies. I want to buy an SSD for windows and a few games. But since I know that games are just bloated now, I may consider installing them on the HDD. Thoughts? 4) SSD - 250GB or 500Gb? SATA3 or M.2? Which brands to consider? 4) PSU - Bronze, Gold or something better? How many watts? Which brand? Who should consider platinum rated PSUs and why? Which PSUs are considered a safe bet? 5) CASE - I am considering the Thermaltake Versa H25 ATX Mid Tower case since it can house all my components with ease, is cheap and simple. If you have read all of this, thank you.