My mom used a terrible eight year old Alienware PC to stream her Asian Soap Operas (it used to be my mine), that clunker finally kicked the bucket. So it was time to build her a new PC. Alienware was overpriced when we bought it, and I would never recommend it again.
Size and noise are an issue, the old Alienware was a full sized tower and weighed in at a whopping 70+ lbs!
Modern times, modern equipment
As my mother is mainly streaming, we needed a low end CPU, onboard graphics on an ITX mobo with AC WIFI, and basic Ram. AC WIFI is very important as this would not be connected directly.
The Mobo had an NVME M.2 slot, I decided to take advantage and go ahead with a Intel 600p SSD, it was only $10 more than a regular SSD and it fit perfectly underneath the Mobo leaving room for the two 3.5HD's full of Asian soap operas to install :-)
The Thermaltake ITX tower is bigger than expected, but the included 200mm fan is great for cooling and is quite quiet. I don't see included fans in most basic ITX cases. I would recommend it again.
The PSU cables are a little on the short side so I wasn't able to tuck the cables underneath once I connected both the old HDD's. As the PC has no RGB, nor will case will ever be opened... Oh well.. :-)
My mom can finally go back to her Asian Soap Operas now