This is my first PC build. I use it mostly for gaming and music production, as well as programming. Putting it together wasn't too much of a hassle. It runs very fast and can play any game at 1080p with the highest settings. I used the USB 3.1 variant of the motherboard in this build.
Great CPU for less than $200. Fast and overclockable.
Pros: Good cooling for overclocking, cheap
Cons: A pain in the *** to install
Pros: BIOS looks nice, motherboard looks nice, many USB ports including USB 3.1 (in the USB 3.1 variant)
Cons: Only comes with 2 SATA cables (buy more separarely if you need them)
Looks great and performs well. I've had no problems with it so far.
Pros: Fast storage, great for a boot/programs drive, cheap
Cons: Not as fast as some other SSDs
Very fast and reliable HDD for mass storage. I've had no problems so far.
Pros: Handles 1080p gaming very well (maximum settings, 60+ fps), doesn't get too hot
Cons: Sometimes makes a high pitched noise when under load
Pros: Looks awesome, easy cable management, comes with fans and LEDs installed
Cons: Drive bays are a bit flimsy, rubber feeders for cable management sometimes come out of their slots
Pros: Reliable, not low-quality, high wattage for a low price
Cons: Sometimes makes humming noises, some cables are missing
It's a good optical drive and it's cheap.
Wireless Network Adapter
Definitely not for gaming. Constant lag spikes even with good ping. Only buy if you want a cheap and temporary WiFi solution for browsing the web.