EDIT 2: I just played titianfall with everything maxed out except for anti aliasing (I had that turned off) and my computer ran it pretty well. Sometimes it was running at 60 fps, it commonly dipped down into the 50s, and I had rare lag spikes where it dipped down into the upper 40s. I noticed that the lag increased when playing as a titian.
EDIT: Updated with internal pics.
On new years eve 2014, my old computer broke, so my dad and I decided to build a new one. I know I went for a gtx 760 and a core i7 4790k when I should have probably went for a gtx 970 and a core i5 4690k. I also know I should have got an after market cooler instead of sticking with the stock cooler. But you know what, I am just happy this has a dedicated graphics card. My old computer (the one that broke) had integrated graphics, an ati radeon hd 4250. For those of you that don't know, that is a integrated gpu for laptops that was really low end, even for laptops, when it was released in 2010( and yes, my PC was a desktop, even though it was using a laptop gpu. According to gfx bench, that gpu is about 1/4th the power of the gpu in the iphone 6(non plus), that is right a phone had a gpu that was 4x as powerful as my PC. My old computer ran Minecraft at low settings at 20-24 fps. Before I got this computer, I had never really seen 60fps in a game before. Th only way I could get 60fps was to run games in windowed mode at a low resolution. Back when I was gaming on my old computer, 10fps was playable and 25fps was buttery smooth. Now that I have a machine that can run any game at 60fps(obviously not maxed out, I mean actually being able to get to 60fps at any settings) I will never go back to playing games at 15-25 fps.
As for info, the SSD in my boot drive and the HDD is where I store my games. It runs games vary well, I have been having fun playing Titianfall, even if its at low-mid settings. As mentioned before, this computer DESTROYS my previous computer in horse power. Overall I am vary happy with this build. I plan on upgrading the gpu to a GTX 970 when I have the money.