Edit 11/25/18: PC has worked great for the past 3 years, good performance and haven't had any problems. Bought an EVGA 1060 6gb yesterday, planning on buying a Cryorig H7 cooler and 8 gb more of RAM. (btw before you read, I didn't need ram I already had some lying around) First let me start off that im typing this from this PC. Also im 13 and this is my first build. I wanted a PC that could handle most any games I throw at it for a budget. After taxes and everything it comes out to $916 then $851 after rebates. This PC is so quiet the first time i got a post i thought it was off lol. The case if perfect for new builders since it has HDD an d ssd mounting trays and a lot of room to build in. i also really love the CPU i haven't overclocked yet im saving for a CPU cooler (212x). the gpu has dominated everything i have thrown at it so far. as for the psu it works for my build but when i upgrade the CPU or GPU i will need a new psu. as for the motherboard i haven't had any issues its very pretty and had all the features i needed. Overall this build is good for some one who wants nice looking gaming and upgrade-able.
Very nice cpu for price ( i got mine for 200 ) it works well in games even when not overclocked can handle everything i need it too
Pretty looking and has 4 ram slots and a steal for a atx board with all these features. msi fast boot is useful too.
my boot time is 9 seconds even with games loaded on this thing and it was worth it i would recommend an sdd to anyone who wants to speed up loading games. EDIT: got boot time down to 7.5 with msi fast boot.
great hdd very cheap and havnt had any problems plenty of storage and its even better combo with an ssd
a beast of a gpu for most games at 1080p and i havnt had any issues i would very much recommend this for a budget build
very nice looking easy too build in (my first build and im 13) it worked perfectly with everything i did and is one of the best cases for the price
great psu very silent and looks good nice sleeved cables
took like 5 minutes total to set up (minus install times)