This isn't a fully new system. My previous rig had an i5-3470, Corsair H60, 8 GB's of RAM, MSI Z77-G41 Mobo, EVGA GTX 780 SC, Creative SB Audigy sound card, Corsair CX600, Kinsgton V300 120Gb SSD, WD red 2tb , and the NZXT Source 210 for the case. I didn't have enough money to fully deck out a new pc , so I only did the core upgrades, and a few aesthetically pleasing things here and there. I kept the CPU Cooler, GPU, Sound Card, SSD, HDD, and power supply. I did uprgade to an Intel i7-6700K, 16GB's of EVGA SC RAM at 3200MHz(CAS 16), ASUS Z170-E, black & white cable extensions from Phanteks, and lastly the case, being the Deepcool Dukase V2.
Intel core i7-6700K : This was the main reason I upgraded, because my old i5-3470 wasn't cutting it for video editing. I only do 1080p editing in Adobe Premire Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop at the moment, so this a CPU can definitely handle my work load. I'll most likely be upgrading my camera rig in a few months though, so I should also be safe with editing 4k in the future. Also, I managed to overclock it to a stable 4.7GHz, but I ended up clocking it down to 4.5GHz with a core voltage of 1.325V for temperature reasons.
Corsair H60- I scavenged this from my previous rig and it seems to be handling the i7 pretty well. I got the H60 for $30 roughly 2 years ago refurbished from Fry's and it's still running with no problems. I may possibly paint it white or gun metal grey in the future. What do you guys think?
Asus Z170 -E : This was probably the best motherboard I could find less than $115. I got it from my local Microcenter with an included rebate for a total of $95. Overall, it has and does everything i need it to do just fine. I can obtain great overclocks, 2 way SLI, and much more.
EVGA SuperClocked RAM 16GB: I also bought this from Microcenter for just $55, And it was clocked at 3200MHz! It was on the clearance rack, so that's how I got it so cheap. The 16Gb's really allows me to do anything I want. I can have both After Effects and Premier Pro running at the same time.
EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX: I also took this from my old rig. I felt no need to upgrade since I don't game all to often, and when I do, it's at 3440 x 1400. I manage to achieve high to ultra on most games hovering around 60FPS with occasional dips in really graphically intensive areas.
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy RX 7.1: Also taken from old rig. I didn't want to spend too much on a DAC so this seemed like a good and cheaper alternative. Music and monitoring audio on my AKG K240's is super crisp at high volumes so i'm glad with this.
Kingston V300 120GB & WD 2TB Red: Both from old rig. The SSD obviously has the OS and important programs, and the HDD has extra files, movies, video, photos, backups, etc.
Corsair CX600: From old rig. Only down side about this PSU is that it's non-modular, but with the case i'm using, it's alright.
Deepcool Dukase V2: Probably the best case money can buy if you're looking for something under or at $50. Check my review for more details. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d33lQ0_uLI0
Phanteks Black & White cables: Only for aesthetics. My PSU has nasty ROYGBIV cables, and i couldn't deal with them any more so I upgraded. Also, if you going to order cable combs, ALWAYS get the flexible ones. The hard ABS one's killed my f**king fingers.