Built: December 26 2012
Most of these items were bought on boxing day or were clearence items. I actually paid $130 for the A10 but I sold the simcity game download for $30. I recently added the the 6670 which is actually the ddr5 version and I bought it used. The DVD was a Pioneer model on clearence. Overall I'm happy with it for what I paid.
If anyone is interested in the A10's gaming performance you can check out the video I made, this is without the 6670. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWDki6Lk8YI
BTW this site list the Nexus cpu cooler as incompatible, but it is compatible.
Update: August 04 2013
My 600watt OCZ modxstream in another computer died, 3 months after the warranty ran out. I didn't need 600w so I put the Antec VP450 in the other computer and bought a Cosair CX430M for $30 for this one. Its semi modular so I was hoping to clean up the cables, I think I did alright. I also removed the DVD, never use it and it opens up the case. The Corsair feels nice in the hand but their connectors do suck.
Update: Sept 21 2013
Saw these 2 fans on blowout at Tiger Direct for $4 each because they were missing screws. Max temp dropped from 55 to 50 during 3.5 hrs in prime95, average from 49 to 47. Not bad for $8 I guess.
Update: Nov 5 2013
I made a few changes over the last month. I saw this Cosair H60 refurb at Tiger Direct for $20, I knew it wouldn't really fit in my case but for $20 I can't that pass up. I wasn't happy with AMD's "dual graphics" so I sold the 6670 for $65 and bought this XFX 7850 for $80. Then I got this ssd on an Amazon price match at Bestbuy for $72. I made a custom mount for the ssd and a 320gb 2.5" drive and I'm testing pulling air through the cooler into the case. The cpu hits 35 playing farcry 3 and the gpu hits about 74. I doubt Ill keep the cooler in this case but my next step is cleaning up the fan wiring, probably with something that will allow me to plug 5 fans into 1 mb header and switching the cooler so it blows air out.