The perfect silicon to build a budget around:
If you want more power, for an additional $70 you can pick up the 3.6GHz Ryzen 5 2400G.
A value-priced motherboard packed with great features.
Solid RAM that's on the supported list for the motherboard, which is a bonus.
Since the board supports M.2 SSD drives, why not take advantage of it. If you want additional storage, it's easy enough to add a hard disk drive to handle games and multimedia.
You can get cheaper PSUs, but you're compromising reliability, which is a tradeoff I'm not happy to do.
I don't believe in overspending on a case for a PC, especially for budget builds.
Unless you're planning to run Linux, you'll need this.