Move on nothing to see here. As usual, built for gaming and to be sold on my local classifieds.
CPU: Best bang for the buck at the time of purchase.
CPU COOLER: Was limited to 120mm coolers. This one does a great job and isn't too loud.
MOBO: Sexy. Only complaint would be that it needs more fan headers.
RAM: Got a pretty good deal on it at the time. Could only get it up to 2133 but still pretty quick for the price.
HDD: Does its job but it does make a weird buzzing sound that I haven't heard coming from HDD's before.
GPU: Got this bad boy open box on Newegg for $230 as well as a 780 for $360 that I will be using in my next build.
CASE: Dang good price for a dang good case.
PSU: Bought the Core 550 and was sent the TS 550 although I'm convinced that mine is secretly the core 550 painted to be the TS due to the differing leads between my unit and the TS 550 I see pictured everywhere.
Edit: As pointed out by user ImAustin; using this case, psu, and the typical cutouts the 8 pin cpu power cable will be too short to route behind the mobo tray. What I did to fix this is route the cable using a different cutout. If you look closely in picture 2 you will see a cable going towards the top of the psu. I fed the 8 pin behind the motherboard tray through the little cutout just behind the powersupply thats usually used for usb and front panel audio cable management. Took some real finagling but I wasn't about to go out and buy an extension.