I guess I should make a description, so here I go (grunts really hard).
Things I already know: I've fixed the RAM slots, did a bit more cable management, and going to fix the Graphics Card in the top slot as well. I also ordered an SSD (forgot the brand) 480 GB for $150 for 540 Read, 520 Write speeds. I also will be getting more Corsair Quiet Editions fans in a few weeks. My plans are now to rout the other cables behind the rubber grips and so on, so forth.
First, a good ole story to tell of how I built this bootyful PC, so here it is. At first, I had a motherboard from Gigabyte around $75 and tried to install my CPU. Little did I know that the motherboard didn't even have a triangle on it and I bent the pins on the processor. I cried. I didn't cry. But at this time I didn't know it was the processor, and so I got another motherboard from MSI 1 week later. Installed everything properly, but it still didn't work. Then I realized I've been ****** by the previous MoBo and screwed up my CPU. Then, 1 month later, it worked when I installed the new processor. I was a happy boy. And so on.
Before you ask about cable management, I just built it as quick as I could when I got my new processor, but will upload more pictures and fix cables in the future. Also, my camera has terrible quality, so it doesn't look anything like what it does IRL.
Another note is that I used my old hard drive from my old computer and so I haven't upgraded that yet, but I will be soon upgrading it to a 480 GB SSD (already ordered) and another 1 TB being a WD Blue.
Performance Review: It works great on all the games I play (Skyrim, CS:GO, SE2, AoE2, MnB: Warband) but bottlenecks when at clock speeds (3.5GHz), but then again, when I OC it performs exceptionally well on Skyrim (never dips below 35 FPS) in Mount and Blade, it depends on the mod (I use Sands of Faith) and it never dips below 30 FPS when its a 80v80-90v90 (the textures are really high in that mod and detail of the characters). For AoE2, all I have to do to make it not dip is turn on Vsync, then it never goes below 50 FPS. And as for SE2, never goes below 60 FPS. Same thing for CS:GO.
The reasons I chose these parts:
CPU: Works well for its price, but bottlenecks my graphics card a bit in games like Skyrim with mass amounts of retextures and other mods. Still at 3.5 GHz. Yes, I still use the stock fan, but I will get a 212 some time soon. Lastly, I will soon upgrade to either an FX-8350 or FX-9370 at original speeds. But, I've learned to overclock, and so my current is 3.8 GHz at 48 C.
MoBo: Really the only reason why I bought this is because I thought my other one was the problem, but it does have more SATA ports and better placing then the previous one from Gigabyte.
Memory: It was DDR3 16GB 2x8 at 1866 MHz for $60, I couldn't complain, although it does conflict with the color scheme (cough cough, AMD Red and Black).
GPU: This is honestly a great video card for around $210. I bought this same one from Newegg for $220, but 3 days later it was for $185, so I was disappointed. Anyways, I over clock this GPU at a stable 1060 MHz Core Clock and 1470 MHz Memory Clock with a fan speed of 45-50. This GPU also never goes above 60 C when playing any game without Vsync or limited to 60 FPS (Sniper Elite 2 with 2.25 SSAA). This runs all of my games at max settings at 60 FPS or above (for the exception of Skyrim, since its bottlenecked by the CPU when rendering out distances and textures).
Case: It was on sale for $64, I couldn't complain, and its recorded height is actually around an inch taller than it is, but it didn't affect me.
PSU: As well as my other parts, it was on sale for a (whopping) $50. My draw limit never goes over
ODD: Well, uh, this is the most common disk drive and works well for $20. Great purchase.