My second build, though the HDDs, ram, and GPU were salvaged from the first. It's mostly used for media viewing and gaming.
I was able to overclock the CPU to 4.3, but I turned it back down a little after getting no noticeable improvements in gaming benchmarks.
I'm quite happy with the temps, and they're actually a bit cooler lately due to being right below the A/C.
I love this case. My previous one had virtually no cable management, where as this one has plenty (And it was cheap). It did get a bit messy when I hooked up extra case fans, and the PSU cables don't have much give at the base (Preventing me from comfortably putting in a fan on the bottom), but I think I've managed to make things pretty tidy.
I've tried to put in what I paid, but I don't have records for everything.
The two HDDs and sound card were bought years ago from Staples (Free with company rewards), and the GPU was a gift last year.
The CPU + Motherboard combo was a $65 savings that I split between the two prices.
The DVD/CD writer was free with the tower.
I bought the second 4 GBs of ram separately, but I only have an invoice for one order that was $29.99, so I'm left to assume that's what I paid the first time. (Wow, ram has gone up a lot...)
Did I need a 750w PSU? Probably not, but with the savings and quality, I don't regret my pick.
I know everyone will be telling me to get an SSD, and I plan to once I can afford one. I already have the mounting kit for it (Figured an extra fan between the HDDs for now couldn't hurt). :3
Being able to see other people's builds helped me a lot when deciding parts, so I figured I'd add in hopes that it'll help someone else.