This is actually a build I did for my cousin. Basic build with some basic parts all purchased from Newegg. Only instructions I had were to keep it under $500. It won't be used for gaming but tested it out with Batman Arkham Origins, Tombraider and Bioshock Infinity and was surprised that they were all quite playable. I originally bought an ASUS A88XM-A board but the HDMI port did not work. I was also worried because the FPS when gaming were around 25 but when I received the replacement board FPS shot up to over 30 and even over 40 in some tests at medium - high settings.
I also tested overclocking and was able to get the processor stable at 4.2GHz but I didn't go very high on the voltages which would have probably gotten me to a higher overclock. I didn't include the H50 cooler in the final build though so only the GPU is overclocked to 1000MHz (EDIT: GPU is back to stock. Didn't really notice any difference in benchmarks.). Oh the Case I have is the CFI Bastet CFI-A4012 which I couldn't find here but it looks almost the same as the one included in the build.
He's an engineer who was using an old Core 2 Duo system with an 8600 GT and 4gb RAM until it died. His most used applications are ETabs and Revit so this will be used for the same as well as multimedia consumption (Plex, netflix, etc). Also should include that I just threw in an old SSD I had lying around. He is recycling the old HDs he had in his old PC once I ship this to him.
Temperature reporting is still screwy so I didn't include them. Probably would have gotten accurate readings using the utilities on the driver CD but I never installed them.