[SOLVED] What do you think about this build?

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So I want to build a new PC. My current setup is an amd fx-8350 cpu with a bad asus motherboard, 8gb ram, 500w psu, and with a gtx 1650 super.

I want a budget pc mostly for gaming, studying and programming (on a pretty basic level right now). I wanted to build a ryzen pc (with ryzen 5 3600), but in my country (Hungary) it costs 280usd, so now I'm routing for the i3-10100f which is 90usd here. As I saw it has a pretty good performance for the price and won't bottleneck my 1650 super.

I don't think I will need an expensive motherboard for this cpu, so I have some under 100usd: GIGABYTE H410M H V3, GIGABYTE H410M S2H, ASRock H410M-HVS, ASUS PRIME H410M-K, MSI H410M-A PRO, GIGABYTE H410M H, MSI B460M PRO, ASUS PRIME H410M-E, MSI B460M-A PRO, ASRock B460M-HDV, ASUS PRIME B460M-A. This is from cheapest to most expensive. I would like to know your opinion on which to buy.

I would like to get 2x8gb ram like: Patriot Viper Steel 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200Mhz with CL 16 or G.SKILL Ripjaws V 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz with CL 16. These cost about 75usd.

I want a new 500w psu, because I will give my current pc to my grandmother. I want a psu with good quality for like 50-60usd if it is possible.

Gpu: My current 1650 super

Case: Zalman S4

And a ID-COOLING SE-224-XT 120mm cpu cooler, because I don't want the stock intel and I don't think the i3-10100f will need a bigger cooler, but tell me if I'm wrong.

I would appreciate if you could let me know your thought and opinions on this build, or if you could help me.
 
some quick guideline for PSU quality/reliability:
 
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qensyd

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some quick guideline for PSU quality/reliability:
Thank you! It helps a lot.
 

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