This computer is intended for gaming, and pretty much anything else you can do with a computer. I'd have to say that almost everything went smoothly, with only a few minor problems of which I will describe later. Before you guys start complaining about some parts, I want to be clear that I received the motherboard and RAM as a gift of sorts, and therefore I had to go with Ivy (not that I would have gone with Haswell anyways). Also, even though the RAM is single channel, according to many benchmarks, there is a minute performance difference that is commonly exaggerated by most people on this site.
I only ran into a few problems while building this, and none were threatening the integrity of my computer. One (almost) problem is that my fans were backordered on NCIX, so they are arriving on Monday. Another problem was that one of the pins on the molex connector for the fan controller on the case wasn't fixed to the plastic and would just push back when I tried to plug it in. Because of that, I decided to just not use it.
As for my graphics card that I listed, it came from an old workstation, and to my surprise, it runs Garry's Mod (and most other Source games) smoothly on high settings, although it can't even run Minecraft above 5 FPS. I'm using it because I want to wait for AMD to release their 8000 series cards, and I also want to save up more money to spend on them.
Once I upgrade a few things, such as getting a new graphics card, maybe some more RAM, and a different heatsink, I'll update this build for all of your eyes to see.
Other than that, I'd love to hear what you have to think about my computer!