My neighbour needed a new machine to retire their ancient and unreliable Pentium E6300 based rig. They use it mainly for standard office tasks, web browsing / Youtube watching, and some 2D/3D building plan view (no editing though). The only part I saved from the old rig is the SSD, rest are picked new, based on price/performance ratio within the budget constraints. Build was pretty much straightforward, no issues. I had the two case fans leftover from some previous builds and I used them since the case doesn't include any. I found ASRocks BIOS fan management useless, it doesn't keep the values I specified, only the preset modes (performance, silent, etc) seemed to work, however, it was still noisy using the silent mode. Interestingly, the 'A-tuning utility' has managed to tame the fans just like I wanted.