So im not new to the whole pc building game, ive built my own and several others, however i seem to be stumped on this one. So a friend of mine wants to get into pc gaming, i told him great, heres what you need, i told him a pc, monitor, keyboard and mouse, and well of course games. He told me that he mainly wants to play simulator games, like farming sim, car mechanic, etc.. So my other issue is he is very budget minded, doesnt have a lot to spend, i have been looking for somewhat modern components to get him up and gaming on a budget but some of it i dont really like. Right now im looking at the following: Ryzen 3 3200g, asrock b450m pro 4 motherboard matx, 2x4 gb of t force dark ddr4 2400 memory(gonna run it at 2666) a 1tb wd blue hdd, and a gigabyte rx 570 4 gig model. powering it will be a evga 500 fx powersupply all together in a micro atx case that i have. My issue is this is about 500 which is way more than he wants to spend, i could get him a system for 200 and call it good, but i want to help him future proof it as well as being able to play all current and possibly some future simulators. Any opinions on what i should look at for building him? Would a first gen ryzen build and a 1050 ti still hold up these days? Any opinions would be helpful. Thanks.