First PC build, mainly for running games on high graphic settings. It cost a total of $803 (without tax).
FPS Tests @ 1080p:
Rocket League on Highest Settings Min: 120 Avg: 130 Max: 170
CS:GO on Highest Settings Min: 200 Avg: 260 Max: 300
Minecraft with OptiFine: Min: 400 Avg: 800 Max: 1000+
Minecraft with OptiFine + Sildur's Vibrant Shaders Extreme: Min: 93 Avg: 107 Max: 120
Unturned on Highest Settings Min: 198 Avg: 204 Max: 217
Team Fortress 2 on Highest Settings Min: 222 Avg: 267 Max: 289
Great CPU for the price. Cheap alternative for an i7. Performs well with my GTX 960.
Good budget MOBO. Supports Skylake CPUs and DDR4 RAM. Has an on-board USB 3.0 header. Would've like to see more fan headers (only 2).
Good RAM for a good price. Had no issues.
Does the job and does it well for a great price.
Amazing graphics card for only $170 at the time of purchase. Cheaper than the other 960s yet still overclocked to 1.3Ghz. Performs great with my Intel i5-6500.
Looks great. Comes with 2 pre-installed fans (one with red LEDs) and front panel USB 3.0 ports. Side panels are a little tough to get all the way on and cable management isn't the greatness. Came with only 1 extra motherboard standoff when I needed 2.
It works and its cheap. 80+ Bronze Certified.
Cheap, silent for the most part, and works.
Wireless Network Adapter
An OK WiFi adapter. Wouldn't recommend it for gaming.
Works Great! LEDs look amazing and it's very quiet.