Kazu wroteI ended up switching a lot of the parts out and adding parts. The case I had comes with two fans, so that's why I kept it. Yours just has spots for two fans.
No, it doesn't. It has space for more than 2 fans. Also, it's cheaper, you could just use the extra $6 or so to get an extra case fan, and probably a better one than is included with either case anyway.
Kazu wroteI stuck with the Ryzen 1300x since I already bought it (lol stupid ik) and it's only $20 for more performance.
It's fine if you already have it but it would've been much wiser to get the 1200 and save the $20. The 1300x isn't really a better CPU, it's the exact same CPU, just has higher clock speeds out of the box. Overclock the 1200 by 300MHz and you have yourself a 1300x for $20 less.
Kazu wroteI chose the ASUS motherboard since it had four RAM slots, but two graphics card slots and would give a lot of room to upgrade.
The Asus mobo is better than the MSI one I put in the parts list I recommended, however FYI, the MSI board also has 4 DIMM slots anyway and you won't have multi-GPU support, regardless of what motherboard you go for. B350 chipset doesn't have SLI support, and the 1050Ti doesn't support SLI either anyway. Only way you'd get multi-GPU support is with an AMD GPU.
Kazu wroteWhat is the difference between our graphic cards?
Pretty much nothing. The cooler is different, that's it. Hence why $180 for a 1050Ti is stupid overpriced.
Kazu wroteI think it would be worth the extra couple of dollars to get a little bit more powerful one, especially since all the GPU's are way overpriced.
Sure, it would be worth the extra couple of dollars for a better GPU, that's not what you've done though, you've just added $30 to the price for no real improvement.