I finally convinced my girlfriend to buy/build a pc for her. Most of the parts are actually from my old pc that i have re-purposed for so that she doesn't have to pay that much money.
CPU: - I chose this process because of its price and since its unlocked. I wanted to see how much i can push this processor. Although, we haven't bought a proper CPU cooler yet so i have to hold off the overclocking. It only has 2 cores but shes not a heavy gamer.
Motherboard: - I had a hard time finding a good MB to pair with the G3258. I didn't wanna pay the extra bucks for the Z MB version. Finally found a good looking MB with built in wifi and it even has Orange LED's under the PCB in under a 100 bucks. Haven't updated the BIOS yet but i will have to, once i get a good cooler.
Ram: - These were the rams on my old pc. I upgraded to a Corsair Vengeance 1866 (Yeah, its not a huge upgrade but i wanted to max out the Memory capacity of my current MB which is a Sabertooth z97)
Video Card: - Its actually a EVGA GTX 550 ti (i couldn't find it from the list though). This was from my previous PC and i thought it is a good starting card for her. I actually replaced the reference blower type cooler with a cooler from my HIS R9 270x (I installed the NZXT Kraken and Corsair H55). The screws line up perfectly, had to buy some additional non-conductive washers and had to trim down some of the fins so that it wont hit the capacitors. Luckily, i didn't kill the card and its still running.
Storage: - Settled for an HDD for now. Bought it from a friend. Will add an SSD in the future.
Case, Fans and Fan Controller: - Actually bought the bundle for 70 bucks over kijiji. The was planning to build an itx pc but changed his mind and went with an ATX pc.
PSU: - Yes its veru overkill for this build. But this PSU was an RMA from my previous PC (Still can't believe that a silverstone PSU died on me in just 6 months use). I couldn't wait for the replacement, so i went ahead and bought an EVGA 750 G2.
OS: - Its actually an Windows 8.1 x64 Enterprise edition. Got it for free since i have an MSDN subcription from my work.
Overall it was a fun build. I even let my GF do the build herself while i tell her how to handle and install the components.