UPDATE: I bought a new $199.99 Sapphire R9 290 4GB GDDR5 and a $19.99 Cooler Master CM Storm Devastator Keyboard for my PC. So the price has been changed and I have added the parts to the part list. I have also raised the price to $643.
UPDATE 2: I have purchased a pair of Superlux HD668B's and a Adata Premier SP550 240GB SSD. I have updated the part list.
UPDATE 3: It is now November 21, 2016. And I have just upgraded my Graphics Card to a GTX 1060.
This computer was built in September of 2015 and runs really well. It was all purchased originally for $553. (Some extras were purchased and added to the price.) Also keep in mind that I used an extra 1080p monitor that I had and the keyboard and mouse was purchased for so cheap that it was not worth putting it in the parts list. This build had a problem near the very end, it didn't allow windows to boot. I tried everything until I eventually replaced the hard drive and it now works flawlessly. Hence the name.
It is a very good CPU for what I got it for. Only $175. Yes, the i5 6400 is out, which makes it effectively useless in a new build, but,l it is still a very good CPU.
Very high quality motherboard for only $59 (what I bought it for). I also got a bundle discount with the i5 4590, so that's a plus!
I got it for only $35, and it gets the job done, not the most reliable company though.
Cheap, reliable and has plenty of storage. My only gripe is that it is kind of slow for an SSD (though it is still much faster than an HDD).
Had to return one defective drive after it died after only 24Hrs of use. But, I got a new one and it has worked flawlessly since.
Unbelievably fast card for the price ($235).
Build quality and design are meh, but it houses my parts well so i'm happy.
No problems so far and it has been a great PSU for $37 (the price I got it for).
It works well, nuff' said.
Awesome keyboard + mouse for $20.
Had to return one, and I got a new one and it has worked out great so far. It also has excellent sound quality.