Right off the bat there's a few things on there that we can get rid of to save money, like that EVGA liquid cooler. A cooler like that is unnecessary for a CPU like the 9100f and you already added in another CPU cooler anyway. The case also doesn't have an optical drive slot, and really an optical drive is mostly unnecessary these days unless there's specific software that you have to load via DVD. The capture card is also a little confusing, did you add that for a specific reason? The one you put in there is really for recording things off older devices like DVD players or VCRs that connect with the composite cables. having two separate SSDs is also unnecessary. Same for that wireless router, it's not necessary and doesn't actually enable your computer to connect wirlessly. You should look for a motherboard with wifi built in (I assume you have internet in your home already). Taking ALL that into consideration, we've freed up a lot of cost to get some nice upgrades. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-intel.aspx?load=7f5310be-8c72-461e-af2f-de489a98048eWe instead opt for the Ryzen 3 3300X + a B450 motherboard that includes wifi, and can go with a GTX 1660 Super for the video card, and can throw in a kit of DDR4-3200 memory. Depending on availability you can also look at the Ryzen 3 3100 or Ryzen 5 3600. If you're concerned about running up against your budget or the extra cost of Windows, you can always go with a GTX 1650 Super instead to free up a little more cost.
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