Where do I start? Now you may be thinking what the hell is wrong with this guy, how does it take four years to build a PC? Is it really that hard? No, it's not that hard for all the beginners out there. The reason why it took me four years is because I'm 15 years old and I can't just go get $906 out of nowhere. Enough of me lets get to the build I like to call "The Box" . It's a very long story. Lets get started, I started off with an Asus Maximus VI motherboard. This was a couple years back. I soon realized the build I wanted to build was waaaaay out of my budget, almost around $3k. I immediately took a look at what AMD was offering. I got the build all planned out so I started to raise money. When this year (2016) began my top priority was to build my own functioning gaming PC. So I did. I enjoyed every second of it, but there was some struggling involved. First the motherboard. I'm not saying that the MSI 970 gaming motherboard is trash, it's actually very beautiful and meets my standards, but I really wish that they didn't have those little flimsy PCI-E hooks. I unfortunately broke the top one which forced me to use the bottom one. That led to me having to force the USB 3.0 and front panel wires in. It was very hard because I had to have my RX 480 in the whole time, and the fear of me breaking the damn thing lingered in my mind. It worked though so I'm happy about that. Another thing I struggled with was cable management. Corsair's "CX" series makes it very hard to cable manage because of their thick sleeves on the cables, but I made it work. I may consider buying a power supply that has the option to plug the cables in. Those are the only two struggles I had. I'm currently raising up money for a water cooling CPU cooler because I want to overclock. That's all, I hope you get to finish your PC to whomever is reading this. Just be patient I was like you too looking at other people's builds and admiring them. Have a beautiful day. -Zaneker Forgot to mention that i have the Black Edition of the FX-4350.