I first thought about building a PC, back in October of 2013. While I was surfing the net for another computer, on my old (can't remember the year) 13" Macbook, I came across videos on youtube showing how to build PCs. After watching a couple, I started to gain the confidence to build one too. So, I spent the next couple of weeks researching, reading forums, watching review videos of different components, and final builds, I decided on the parts below.
The main purpose for this build is for playing Titanfall, coding, AutoCAD, GIS, and future Hackintosh.
With that in mind, the main objectives of this build was silence and performance. I went with the NZXT H630 because (1) I like the sleek, simple and clean look, (2) silent foam on the inside of side panels, front and top covers, (3) ventilation, and (4) modular hard drive bays and rear-mounted SSD trays.
The PSU is self-explanatory (it's in the name Be Quiet).
The motherboard and ram I chose because of Hackintosh compatibility.
All prices are what I paid, after tax, shipping and mail-in-rebates subtracted.
I will be adding the final pictures of the completed build.