Well where to start? I Guess I'll go over all the parts and why I chose them and if I have anything else to add.
-- CPU -- This was a budget-ish build so I wanted a high performance CPU for a good value. The 8320 is awesome. The stock fan cooler IS the loudest part of my PC which is the only drawback I can find in MY setup. The snappy 8 core processor is great but if you have extra cash decently go with an i5. In my system the speed of the processor come in at about 3.7ghz its tackled anything I throw at it and is fantastic for rendering and gaming.
-- Mother Board -- I wanted a blue and black mother board that would eventual be able to support SLI. I've had no problems with the thing and it was a great value for this build!
-- RAM -- This one is a funny story actually. I know that the bus speed of my processor is 1600 so its pointless having DDR3-1866 ram. And yes I know I shouldn't get two different series of RAM when I can get just one. For starters I found out my processors bus speed AFTER purchasing the 1866 memory. Then when I went to go put my pc together with a friend he virtually had the same exact RAM laying around so he gave me 8 more GB for free. Other then that the speed auto under-clocked and the 16Gb of ram has been working great!
-- HDD -- Whalst building on a budget one can not, "blow a wad." as they say, on one of those fancy solid state drives... In all honesty though I would have loved to get an SSD but I didn't have the money. The 7200RPM WD is working fantastic and it still boots in about 20s.
-- GPU -- Bang for buck 750ti is a BEAST! I love this card! Spending 150 dollars on a gpu and being able to pull off a fantastic over clock is great. Sure it cant play all the game on ultra high settings but its still awesome for the value. I get about 90fps in skyrim on ultra and thats all I have to say about that.
-- Case -- More funny stories! Yay! Ok so I put the whole PC together, go to turn it on... and nothing. So me and my friend thought I might have a dead part. So we replace the power supply with a different PSU he had laying around still but it still didnt work. So we were trying to figure out a way of testing if the motherboard was working, and I'm like, "Hey kyle, what if the button on the case is just broken?" So we pull the front panel off the case and whoever at Zalman put our case together didn't attach the power button cables to the power button. So sadly I had to give this case 4 out of 5 for that reason but if it hadn't been for that it would be a 5. Other then that I love this case and it works great and the blue LED go great with my color scheme.
-- Monitor -- I got this monitor about 6 months ago. I love it to death. Ill take 1ms 144hz 1080p over 4K 60hz any day of the week. Period.
-- Name -- When I was in 3rd grade I was just an average jo guy not really a nerd. Until my friend Camerone, (he so asian) told me to look up a YouTube series called red vs. blue by doing this he introduced me to YouTube which made me the mega nerd I am today! So I decided to name my computer after the female AI tank in the show.
Thanks for checking out my build and have a great day!