Let's start off by saying this PC is a steal, absolutely. It is my first build, and I love it. for $1,500, I can max out any games I play. 4 GHz and a GTX 780 for $1500? Wow. This crushes my laptop which I previously owned (now in its case, crying alone due to its lack of use). I got a lot of hate from some guys I know because I got an AMD processor, but now they envy it. One of my buddies got a Haswell/Intel processor for $100 more than me, and it runs at 3.5 GHz. Also, the GFX card can max out Crysis 3 and Arma 2, so, I am alright with that.
I use the machine for a variety of purposes. I want to be able to max out games like Arma and Crysis. I also want to be able to do simpler things like play Minecraft with the shaders mod (a really intensive mod that looks pretty).
There were quite a few issues while building. There were no clear instructions on where to plug the LED's, power switch, ETC into the motherboard. It took about an hour of troubleshooting to find the right wiring that would plug in. Also, the USB slots in the front of my case had wires too short to reach the motherboard, so I can only plug things in to the back of my PC.
The giant problem with my build was the RAM. My RAM is kinda stocky and large, so when I plugged it into my mobo, heard a click, and saw that the clips didn't close all the way, I thought nothing of it (keep in mind, this is my first build, so I didn't know any better). I turned on the build and got no supply to my monitor. I ordered my current GFX card instead of my previous MSI Radeon R9 280X, because that was out of stock. I replaced it because I thought it was a faulty card, not being my RAM not plugged in. Three weeks of solid troubleshooting later, I reread my mobo manual for the 5th time. I looked at the RAM space for no reason, and saw that it should close around my RAM all the way. I shoved until it felt like my mobo would crack, and then I heard a promising clicking noise. That is what finally fixed it.
I would definitely recommend this build to any and all of you, if you want a medium build with amazing results. If you want a slightly better build and have a bit more cash to spend, go with more RAM and more storage.
Just a few more issues:
My main case fan did not fit due to my cooler master CPU fan getting in the way.
The pictures of my case made it seem like my entire build would be green and black, but without the case fan, the only green is tiny little fan dials.
My SSD didn't fit in my storage slots, so I had to attach it to a different part of my build.
Either my SSD or my regular hard drive didn't include data cables, so once I installed windows and the drivers through disks onto my SSD, I unplugged my disk drive and plugged in my regular hard drive. I don't have enough data cables to run all 3.
Due to my large case/ short cables, I broke 2 different power cables trying to plug in my hard drive.
Due to my giant GFX card, the power cables attached to it smash up against the side of the case and block a couple LED's.
Other than these issues, I CERTAINLY say you should get this exact build, and only upgrade the RAM and storage.