I'm pretty novice when it comes to knowing whats good and whats not in the pc gaming world. Would someone be able to make a list or shopping cart of a good build? Here's what i'm using the pc for.
What is your budget and currency? $800-$1000
What will you use the PC for? Gaming
Do you need a monitor? If not, what monitor(s) will you be using? Two Samsung T55 27" 1080p
Do you need a keyboard, mouse, or other peripherals? No
Do you need an operating system? No
Will you overclock? Possibly /Not if I don't need too
Anything else we should know? Games I'd be playing include CoD, GTA, other FPS games.
You can spend an extra $15-20 for the P400A with RGB fans included if you want. Alternatively, you could save $20 by getting the P300A instead of P400A, but if you get the P300A you'll want to buy some case fans for it anyway.
Corsair CXM is the only half reasonable PSU I can find under $70, but the CX450M should really be a $40 PSU. All low end PSU's have been over-priced for a while now though, so you might just want to spend an extra $30 or so and get a nice, high end Gold rated, fully modular PSU. Something like this if you don't mind waiting for stock;
or if you want something right now, this will do the job;
You could up the 1660 Super to an RTX 2060 and stay within your $1000 budget if you wanted RTX+DLSS support. The GTX 1660 Super is more than capable of playing games @ 1080p60Hz though, and if you really want a GPU with RTX/DLSS, then you may as well wait for Ampere at this point IMHO.