Looking to build a PC for the first time
Personally, I do not game at all, the PC will mostly be used to watch YouTube or movies, and for Microsoft Office. There might be times where I would do some coding for front-end web development and some light Illustrator/Photoshop work for some simple graphics.
CPU - I am thinking for my needs, an i3-8100 will be enough, I don't think i really need 6 cores and don't really want to spend the extra $80-100 for the i3-8400
Motherboard - H series and B series chipsets are coming out soon. I think at this point it would be beneficial to wait? I doubt I will be overclocking, even in the future, so I don't really need a Z370 board?
PSU - From my research, it is probably best not to cheap out on this. I am hoping to buy a PSU that will last me some time. How many watts will be sufficient and what are some brands to consider?
RAM - i3-8100 supports up to 2400mhz RAM. I am assuming there is no point of me buying anything over 2400mhz? My question is, if I buy, say 3200mhz RAM would there be any chance I could use it say, 5 years down the road without buying new RAM
GPU - is this necessary for my needs, or is integrated graphics enough? Because GPUs are mad expensive right now.
SSD - I have an old 60GB SSD lying around. Is this enough to boot windows? Or should I just buy the 256GB now to avoid the hassle of upgrading later?
Any input would be appreciated