IF THIS IS TL;DR FOR YOU PLEASE NOTE
1.)THE CABLE MANAGEMENT DOESN'T LOOK THAT GOOD BECAUSE I GOT A CHEAP CASE
2.) ALL OF THE PICS WERE TAKEN WITH A REALLY BAD CELLPHONE CAMERA ( the lg l90. A very bad phone and I'm helping you out by saying that you should never get it)
This was a build for my brother and I to game, run flight sim and do school work on. these parts came from my uncle and grandpa that planned on building his own computer but never did, so he gave the parts to me to build with. That is why most of the parts are $0.00; the total amount is what we actually ended up spending.
These are the parts that were given to us. I am very happy about these parts. They work great in conjunction and the CPU competes very closely with the i5 3570k from what I've seen. Unfortunately when it comes to 3D rendering the FX 8350 is much slower . When it comes to choosing a mobo, other than very basic things like part compatibility, BIOS comfortability, and overall user satisfaction, I really don't know my opinion on this mobo. Although I've never used a UEFI BIOS but I like it very much. The GPU was actually given to me by my dad. I like it very much too, as from what I've seen it preforms as well as the 750 and 750ti plus some of the 7900 series variants from AMD. Some of the more demanding games that I've played, like Max Payne 3, BattleField, the newer Thief and minesweeper have given me almost zero problems.
My dad had a Windows key that I could use so I took that opportunity.
Needed a cheap case so I got the best looking and roomy case for the cheapest price which was a bad idea because I no room for cable management and had to squish all the leftover cables in the right corner of the case.
This was my first completed build guide so if I made any mistakes, grammatical or otherwise, just point it out in the comments.