I've been looking into getting a new PC for the last year but I was deciding between building my own or buying a prebuilt one. I finally decided to build one and I used various resources around the Internet to help me out. I will primarily use this PC for school work and maybe some light gaming like Minecraft, Tf2, games like that. I got the CPU for $86 from Amazon at the time. And the case was also $20 at the time. The case was somewhat hard to build in as its wires for USB and etc were short, the optical bay was also small so good thing I didn't get a optical drive. Other than that the case was pretty good at $20. The power supply power cord was pretty loose and this PC would turn off if it was nudged a bit. Good thing I had a spare Dell desktop power cord which fits perfectly in the power supply and I've had no random shut offs yet. Turns out this PC can run GTA V on a mix of high and medium settings around 60 FPS. Although I get this result on my 1280 X 1024 monitor as my Samsung 1080 monitor hasn't arrived yet(hopefully it'll still run around 60 FPS). Overall it was a pretty fun project and I look forward to upgrading this PC to AMD Zen (if its as good as AMD promises or ill switch to Intel), an aftermarket cooler and possibly a RX 470 or the GTX 1050 if its affordable. I'm pretty happy with this build and im looking forward to upgrade or building another computer.