Is it a good build for design? Photoshop — multiple layouts, a bunch of tabs?

I want to assemble a powerful system to work in web design. Basically it is a multitude of layouts and open tabs in the browser. Interested in your opinion, is the ability of this system to reproduce conceived and to be relevant a few years.

ASRock motherboard H370M-ITX/ac 4x4Ghz
Intel Core i3-8350K Coffee Lake
RAM HyperX HX426C16FB/16 — 16Gb
Solid state drive (SSD) Samsung MZ-76E500BW — 500Gb
Cooler for CPU Deepcool Gabriel
PSU - 200W
March 12th 20 at 08:03
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March 12th 20 at 08:05
Not a lot of unbalanced Assembly.
Take the motherboard without overclocking the CPU and memory for i3 8350K irrational.
Or you can use the 8100 i3 and keep this motherboard, or take a motherboard on a Z370 and leave the processor.
All for the price of i3 8350K you can get Ryzen 5 2600, but apparently You can sit on the integrated GPU. Then why not look towards Ryzen 5 2400G? Same 4 cores, but 8 threads is the integrated video core. in the future it will be possible to put Ryzen 7 2700 and a graphics card for powerful.

BP quite funny. At least 450-500W for a stock.
March 12th 20 at 08:07
Yes, the build is excellent.
Perhaps in fact will have to add memory if you work with large files, but it is in fact, when you feel the lack. The main thing that the slot was.
One note about disk - advised to take NVMe, something like MZ-V7E500BW from the same Samsung. There is a linear speed, and IOPS above a few times for office tasks the difference is not noticeable, but for heavy applications like photoshop, the difference is felt well. For the price of 3tys more expensive, but worth it.
Well, it would be necessary to think on a regular HDD, to score the eyeballs SSD is not a good idea, so a slow HDD for storage of files I think too.
The rest of the comments everything is fine.
for hard a special thank you!:) - Jamison commented on March 12th 20 at 08:10

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