My Desktop computer is a great computer for gaming. It is way past an entry level gaming computer. It is packed with the some of the more modern and new components such as the GTX 1070. The computer has a form factor that is ATX and has all the necessary components for a strong gaming pc build under $2400. All my components have been reviewed fully and thought about multiple times. The interface of this computer is AM4 which is a common socket type that is good. I have an AMD Ryzen 3 1200 as my processor and a Deepcool Captain EXA4 as my CPU Cooler. These compliment each other perfectly because they are compatible and work great individually. The processor is a quad core and quad thread processor with a base clock of 3.1 GHz and a boost clock of 3.4 GHz. This CPU was $139.99 from Canada Computers and is a great pick for the computer and for gaming. The Deepcool Captain EXA4 is a liquid and fan cooler to maximizes the heat extraction off of the CPU insuring that the processor does not overheat. Overheat is the number one cause of broken components in a computer so I made sure I got the right cooling devices. The AMD Ryzen 3 1200 has a max temperature of 95°C so the CPU Cooler will do fine work. Next for my motherboard I have a Gigabyte GA-AB350-Gaming 3 which is a gaming motherboard so I can maximize my performance. The motherboard is a DDR4 type motherboard with a chipset of AMD B350. The motherboard costed $149.99 and is fully equipped with RGB Fusion lighting with 16.8 million colours. The Gigabyte GA-AB350-Gaming 3 supports Ryzen Series Processors which means that the AMD Ryzen 3 1200 is supported and will work just fine with the motherboard. Next I used 2 ASUS TURBO GTX 1070 8GBs to amplify the performance of the computer. Both GTX 1070s costed $1099.76 and will run great. The core clock is 1506 MHz and each video card has 1920 cores to optimize graphics and 3D rendering. Each video card is equipped with GDDR5 8GB of memory and they both have HDMI ports, DisplayPorts, and DVI ports. The SLI power of these 2 graphics cards is extremely powerful and is beyond the level for gaming in Ultra settings. Next the hard drive is a Western Digital Blue 2TB Hard Disk Drive for great storage capacity at a 5400 RPM. The hard drive has 64MB of cache as well as a read speed of 122.5 MB/s and write speed of 124.3 MB/s for Seq. Next, the computer has the Kingston HyperX Fury which is a whopping 32GB of RAM being 2 x 16. The ram type is DDR4 and has a memory speed of 2666 MHz. It uses 2 modules and costs $439. Another part of the PC is the ASUS BC-12B1ST 12X DVD/Blu-Ray Player. It is an internal Blu-Ray player with 1080p and with SATA connection. This costed $74.99. The case I have used is the Deepcool Kendomen RD Black ATX Case. Since the PC build is ATX I need an ATX case with a glass left side to witness the RGB LED motherboard. Plus the case comes with 5 120mm fans and Red LEDs to match the motherboard. This costed $64.99 and was supplied by Canada Computers. The power supply unit is a EVGA 750 N1 with 750W. It is an ATX PSU with an input voltage of 110 – 240 VAC. It is set to last for 100,000 hours and was purchased on TigerDirect for $84.99. The card reader is a StarTech USB 3.0 Internal Multi-Card Reader with UHS-II Support and costed $46.99 on TigerDirect. It can read multiple cards at once and download multiple things at once as well as transfer 4K videos and photos fast. Lastly, The operating system that will be running on this computer is Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-Bit. Windows 10 Home is a great operating system that has many new features and can be purchased for $134.99 on Canada Computers. The total cost of the Gaming PC is $2399.67 which is $0.33 under budget. I used the best components for the best price to make this one of a kind Gaming computer. I recommend this Gaming Computer to anyone with a budget around $2400 due to the performance, speed, quality, and design of the computer.