Hello guys! I am moving to uni soon again to start a PhD and for that reason, I wanted to get a new PC for gaming that can also be used to do some work! It should run games like Overwatch, Destiny 2, No Man's Sky... without a problem, and as a scientist it should also occasionally run software for molecular modelling and structure analysis, which are somewhat resource intensive. (MestreNova, Avogadro, Chemdraw/Chem3D etc. if that is of any help). I am looking at something in the price-range below 900GBP - which should include a monitor and the operating system if somehow possible (I am a bit flexible on that, but I'd rather not spend too much money at once...) Now I have never built a PC myself so unless it is actually doable for someone who, besides swapping out a defective graphics card once has never done anything like that, I am looking for one that comes assembled for me. Equip-wise I don't know what works well together nor do I have any concept of what is actually decent, but was thinking something along the lines of: CPU: I was thinking Intel I5 (maybe 7400) or similar/Equal/Better Product from AMD Graphics Card: at max a GTX 1060 6GB (which is currently on offer I have seen, hence doable) - do I actually need that much graphics power though? I will probably not use VR anytime soon so anything beyond is probably wasted on me? Memory: 8GB Ram should be sufficient for all I am doing I think?! Drive: Hybrid Drive 1 TB Monitor: I have no Idea what is good... 24" or below though - oh and i need the relevant cables too + windows 10 home and all other necessities, like power supply, motherboard, fan that fits the case and all necessary cablework - aesthetics are not that important really but if below budget, happily take a window + lighting oh and separate headphone and microphone plugs (somehow some prebuilt PCs only have a combination one, and that irritates me) Please be so kind as to help me out and send me suggestions, maybe even build-yourself Ideas - definitely open to that suggestion if building is actually doable for a layman, including installing windows. Thank you so much for any help, it is greatly appreciated!