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This build was primarily aimed at 1080, 60 FPS gaming.
Many people will point out that the processor could be replaced with the 4690K or any K series, or the SSD isn't reliable, or the power supply is that or that, but then again, I was shooting for a set budget here, and being a college student, it surely ain't a Kardashian budget ;D
The system runs well, and quite nicely, I still didn't have any issue with any game lagging out or so forth (UBISOFT games being the exception, extremely poorly optimized). I kinda wanted the glass panel of the case to go on the side, complaint the graphices card a bit, but I have noticed that will extremely limit air to the fans, and raise the temp from a max of 70 to almost 85.
No CPU cooling, as it would have raised the price a bit, and since I am not looking at any overclocking, I should be set.
The SSD and HDD runs quite well, I have my OS on my SSD, and all my Steam/Origin/Ubisoft games on the HDD, and the RAM is also well (I had a slight issue at building of not being able to start up the system, but that was because the ram was in the wrong slot, but it was quickly realized)
I am in the process of "pimping" the system out, by either putting LED strips, or possibly just buying LED fans, to both light up the system, as well as regulate the airflow in the case (Which is great, thanks to the 120MM fan up front)
P.S: One of the photos shows the cables all around the area and so forth, that was before cable management :D . Only problem I had during the build was the thick wires of the PSU, and how I am going to route them effectively without bending them. This is probably not the cleanest, but I'm sure my inner OCD will kick in again sometime, and I would even clean it up more. Furthermore, my keyboard broke during shipment, so I will be adding it to the list once it arrives and I test it out. It will be a Razor Tournament Edition
Tips: Modular PSU would definitely be better, and if you are looking at overclocking, the front fan is easily replaceable, to allow a radiator. Other than that, no regrets! :D