This is the computer I uploaded in January 2015 under the title The Sempleton. Though to be fair, I should've held off posting it. I knew by the time I was done it would be vastly different from how it started. This part list is what it looks like now and a log of the updates I've made to it.
I'm still not done 2 years after starting. Who ever is? I initially built with many of the components being lower-end in order to build a decent-ish, low-power computer for my parents (The Harvester), and I cherry-picked the parts that would be easiest to replace for that (RAM, GPU, CPU), so those were my first upgrades. Since beginning this labor of love, I have upgraded
-the RAM, from a GSkill Ripjaws Series 2x4GB DDR3 1600 to a GSkill Ripjaws X Series 2x4GB DDR3 2133 and finally to a GSkill Ripjaws Series 2x8GB DDR3 2400, where it will stop until/unless I upgrade the CPU and Mobo. I was beginning to have problems with gaming, so I used the kit I'd been holding for a since-scrapped build for my brother. In playing Shadow of Mordor, it crashed a few times, and even a little Minecraft was using all 8GB of my RAM, so I decided it was time. The only hiccup was that my mobo only OC's RAM to reach 2400MHz, so I had to tinker with the settings in UEFI, but it seems to be working fine now, and I'm no longer getting crashes running Shadow of Mordor. I'm still running it at decreased graphics because of my GPU though;
-added a WD Caviar Blue 1TB 64MB cache 7200rpm HDD for mass storage and backup;
-the GPU (from a fanless Asus GeForce GTX 610 1GB DDR3 to an MSI GeForce GTX 750 TI 2GB GDDR5);
-the CPU from an AMD Sempron 145 (which in my case was actually an Athlon X2 rebranded as a Sempron 145) to an FX-8350 and added an aftermarket CPU cooler (Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo);
-and added a radiating 120mm fan to the top of the case. Initially this was an Aerocool Shark 120 Red, but it was noisy and didn't respond to lowering its rpm in the UEFI so I changed it to a Cougar (I believe) Turbine. It was the rear exhaust fan from the Cougar Spike case for my parents' build, The Harvester.
The GPU fans never get above about 1/3 RPM, but the 212 Evo eventually has to spin up to a fairly loud RPM during gaming.