Basically go with Seagate or WD. Unless there is a cheaper option you are comfortable with purchasing.
Actually there is a point, saving $20 because the games you play don't require that amount of power. I agree with you if you have an extra $20 to spend, but if that is your mentality then why not pay an extra sum for a 480 or better yet, spend some more on a 1060, you have to draw a line somewhere.
That sucks, but we can't always be winners.
Yea really! I picked up a used 750 Ti for $50 but a 290 for that price puts it to shame!
Nice steal getting a 290x for $100
Go with something cheap from Western Digital.
The RX 470 can easily handle Battlefield 1, the slight bottleneck of the i3 may affect it but even cards like the 1050 Ti can get decent frame rates at moderate 1080p settings.
If you just plan on playing Overwatch you can downgrade the video card to a 1050 Ti and still get good performance for your needs while saving money.
Good build, but doesn't the i3 severely bottleneck the Rx 480?
This build looks so nice, I don't even care how it performs. Lol.