I am building 2 identical computers for my office. They will run Windows 7, and MS Office. They are replacing 12 year old computers, so I'm looking to get decade of use out of these. I want to keep them under $400 (this is the max, I'm happy with the current $310 if the system is good).
Is this a decent build? I want long term usability (hence a motherboard with 32GB capacity), and a decent CPU that while it won't be great in 10 years, will still be okay if you don't mind a slightly sluggish system.
Only issue encountered is Case does not have a USB 3.0 front port, but while trying different ones, they all had the same compatibility issue. I don't know if 400W is plenty, or not enough for the future 32GBs RAM.
Will be reusing DVD drives from current computers, I have Windows 7, and keyboard/mouse.