This is a value gaming build that I will be reselling. I'm very happy with the price/performance.
CPU: Great value CPU!
CPU Cooler: Very quiet when idle. Cools wayyyy better than stock. Cheap.
Motherboard: Was a pretty cheap motherboard that had everything I needed.
Memory: 16GB for $70 is hard to beat, and G.Skill is generally a good brand.
Storage: Wasn't really concerned too much about the storage space, and I decided to put most of the budget into the CPU, RAM and Video Card.
UPDATE: I was having trouble selling this PC so I took some advice that was left in the comments, I upgraded the hard drive to 1TB. Hopefully now people will want to buy it.
Video Card: Got this thing used on eBay for a really good price. It barely fit in the case and I had to do some pretty weird cable management to get the PCI-E power connectors in with enough clearance. This thing is pretty sweet in terms of value for the money.
Case: I've used this case before. It looks really good and is very cheap. Awesome value. Cable management SUCKS in this case, but what I do is make a bundle of PSU wires and put it in the top corner, then I just take out the wires I need of the length I need and cable management is much better that way.
Power Supply: Had great reviews and was relatively cheap. I made sure to get a PSU with some kind of 80+ certification and this PSU had it.
Case Fan: These pictures are from before this was installed. Will update soon.
Fire Strike Results: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6880669
Excellent value. $100ish is a steal for this kind of performance.
Good cheap motherboard for FX users. Worked with the FX-6300 just fine. Has plenty of features. Only complaint is the beeping sound from the motherboard's speaker every time you start it.
Great RAM, looks nice, low price.
Awesome value video card. Keeps the GPU nice and cool. Solid performance. Has a dual bios switch which might be handy.
This is gonna be pretty similar to my review last time I bough one of these Pros: Great case for budget builds. Decently Sturdy. Looks super nice especially at this price point. Cons: Cable management in this case is horrible, only buy it if you have lots of zip ties or if you are content with a rats nest. Last time I bought this case I completely misunderstood how the hard drive mounts are supposed to work. They are actually a lot less sketchy than I originally said. They are decent is all I can say.
Update: I have made an Imgur album that shows how the 3.5" and 2.5" drives should be mounted in this case. Its not at all intuitive. http://imgur.com/a/jaiEo
Solid power supply for budgets. I highly recommend it. No complaints at all.