Hi! So this was my first build, and it's cool. I screwed up a lot with the parts but it still turned on and everything worked, so here is the part breakdown (I will post the CPU/GPU clocks and temps after testing):
CPU: This was a combo deal with the motherboard at fry's for $129 so why not? The FX-6300 will work for what I use it for (Gaming and Editing.) I'd recommend it.
Motherboard: I like it BUT I WISH IT HAD USB 3 HEADERS PLS (i'm buying a PCI adapter soon so :D)
CPU cooler: I know i'm cringing too don't worry it's not just you
RAM: It's good for what I need, 8GB and a very good value :)
SSD: I like the XLR8 logo (i like logos okay some look better than others) and it's really fast. 240GB was enough for me. I didn't get a hard drive on this (i'll be adding one later) because I didn't want to spend more on this build.
Graphics Card: Hey, a 750ti on sale at Fry's with a mail in rebate for $119, i'm there. This is an amazing video card for the price, i'm happy with it. I would recommend this, but if you are willing to save up some more, a GTX 960 would be a great buy. (Update 7/21/2015: something is wrong with it, it wont go past base clocks on many games besides GTA and has started to struggle playing it, hopefully i can manage to get a 660/660ti/670 :)
Case: This was also a sale at frys, and I wish I saved up and got something else. This case is fine, I just had some trouble cable managing, and some parts felt flimsy. The tinted side window makes up for some of the stuff, it looks amazing. However, if you're looking for a cheap case made by a reputable brand then here you go.
Power Supply: I'm starting to realize all these parts were based around mail-in-rebates, but this a perfect power supply for this build. 430W is enough and i'm happy with it, I'd recommend it.
Windows: What else is there? (I can't go OSX because of the AMD processor, but I do prefer OSX)
Wireless Card: I don't have an ethernet port in my room and I want to keep the wires down to a minimum.
Case Fans: I liked them, i didn't like the color of the red LED fans in the case already, so i swapped them. The screw holes are really easy to break (which one did, not a huge problem, just switched the fan from in the back.) But overall THEY'RE FREAKING QUIET 9/10.
So that's it. Thanks for looking :)
Update: I finally got a monitor, with good ol' awkward 768p (if anyone gets the reference then go you)