This was a PC build meant for light gaming and editing. I am a YouTube gamer and the machine before this which I used was a crappy laptop with Intel HD graphics. I don't have all that much money, and I can't make much because I am only 13, so I needed my PC to be on the cheaper side. I play games such as CS:GO, Unturned, NFSMW, the like. Needless to say, It was amazing. For about 2 weeks after I built it, I had to use the integrated graphics from my Pentium, as the GPU that I bought was dead. Amazon, (which I bought all the parts from) sent me a new, and working GPU as a replacement. The idle temps were average, not too hot, nor cold. After running around a bit in Unturned, which is more of a GPU demanding game, the temps went higher, but not by a lot. I was expecting this, as I had an average cooling system, so temps were not going crazy. Editing in Windows Movie Maker is what you would expect, it doesn't take hours, but it doesn't go super quick. Uploading a 1.13GB, 7 minute, 720p, 60fps video, which was lightly edited took around 4.20 minutes. Overall, the only problems were either mine, or the seller's fault. There were no incompatibilities in this build. If I were to build this again though, I would change the 750ti to a 950, change the case to an NZXT S340, and get an ATX board, but that would all add cost to the build. Overall, I am very happy with this build. One of the main advantages of PC is that you can upgrade it if you are unsatisfied, so if I get more money in the future, I could always upgrade a part. If I were you, I would get a cheaper motherboard and get a GTX 950. There is a Gigabyte board for around $50, which offers no disadvantages from this MSI board. except, it doesn't come with a mouse, more fan headers, and THOSE PRETTY LIGHTS! You might also want to get a new case aswell, because this one doesn't come with any front panel USB 3.0 ports. But if you are on a budget, get this. It runs all my games 1080p 60fps. In more demanding games, you might have to turn the settings down, though. You can always upgrade this, and I hope to add a GTX 1060 and an i5 6600, but I need around $550... If you do get this though, I want to warn you, the B150 chipset cannot overclock. I got this board knowing this, as I will not overclock, but many people want to. If you do want to OC, get a z170 chipset motherboard, though those are more expensive. I think this is perfect for my use case, though yours might be different. The fans might be a bit loud for you, though I have headphones, and my mic doesn't pick up the noise, so i'm good, but you might want to pick up some other fans and replace the ones in the case. I have this paired with a beautiful red/black setup, and I think this is perfect for me.