This was a bit overkill of a build for a first one but in the end it worked out ok. Also please don't suggest different parts, this is what I went with deal with it. Lastly, this PC was design for Gaming,Streaming,Video editing, and other things related to gaming and video.
CPU: AMD FX-9590 This cpu works very well, but you need to change the voltage of the cpu down to 1.375 otherwise it will overheat. Also this cpu makes a good room heater this winter I used it to warm my feet(I live very far up north). Update: Cpu does not need the voltage turned down because I got a high powered water cooler
Cpu Upgrade 1: I7-5820k I upgraded my cpu as I was using my pc for video rendering really often and I found a cheap 5820k for only $300 so I had to Jump on it.
OLD Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master 212 EVO It's not that this is a bad cooler actually quite the opposite but it cannot deal with the pure heat of the 9590 so in the future I am going to get a water cooler. Another side note, I thought this cooler would be smaller but It doesn't really matter because it still fits in my case.
Cpu Cooler update 1: Corsair H100i GTX I had the money so I bought one of the best water coolers on the market and it works very well keeping my cpu at 37 degrees Celcius at Idle
Motherboard: AsRock 970 Performance This is a really good motherboard for the other products I got I suggest it if you go with my build or similar (cpu: 8xxx series or 9xxx series gpu: R9 Series) not much else I can say about it but it gets the work done.
Motherboard Update 1: I also found this motherboard and ram combo for around $200($130 for motherboard) The motherboard seemed to have all the features I needed as well as allowed for some nice overclocking.
Memory: Patriot (2x8) 16gb DDr3-1600 I have not much to say about this except it works and at the time it was the cheapest on the market for everything from video processing to running both a server and a game on the same computer (2x8)16gbs
Memory Update 1: Now that I have a 5820k I needed to pair some DDR4 memory and this kit came with the motherboard combo(about $70) and is blue which is more or less my pc build color now, but if I ever do a build in the future it's going to be purple.
Storage: Samsung 850 EVO-series 250gb SSD, 2x Seagate Barracuda 1tb 7200rpm I got the ssd because it was the cheapest 250-256gb on the market at the time and I got the 1tb hard drives because I had one lying around and the other one is a backup because I usually need another hard drive.
GPU(graphics card): Gigabyte r9 390 SOC The Main reason I got this card is it was the only less than 9.5" r9 390 if your getting a different case than me except same components I would go with the MSI or Sapphire one.
OLD* Case: DIYPC Solo-t1-R mid-tower The reason I got this was because it was the most compatible, the cheapest, and pretty cool looking all at the same time so that's the only real reason I got it
Case Update 1: DIYPC Gamemax-W ATX Full Tower I Got This Case For Future updates as this is my main system and I'll soon be upgrading it many times over
Power Supply: Rosewill 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply Rosewill is one of the cheapest power supply manufacturers therefore I got a power supply from them also most people said to use a 1000W power supply with the 9590 but PCPartPicker said otherwise so i saved a few bucks and got an 850W and That's the gist of it.
Windows 7 was my choice but you could go with any other operating system
New Monitor: Old Monitor Did not look good so I went with the cheapest freesync monitor and This one works very well never Choppy and good for FPS as 1ms response time
keyboard and mouse: you could choose any that you wanted but I went with these
keyboard and mouse update: I was playing quite a bit of CS:GO so I decided I needed a better mouse and most people suggested the g303 over the g302 and I wasn't going to spend more than $40 on a new mouse so I bought a g303 on ebay. I got this thermaltake challenger keyboard because I wanted a backlit keyboard that backlit purple and this one does it really well.
Headset. excellent headset but now they have one with RGB lighting (g633) you can get but all around just for a headset these are really the best around for people who want 7.1 surround and you don't look at your headset while it's on your head now do you?
All around this was a pretty great build, I understand if no one else does it but it was a very fun first build. (if I ever do another build it wouldn't probably be primarly AMD for cpu and gpu)
Game Benchmarks (Although I haven't many mainstream games): OLD
7 Days to Die(Ultra Settings) : Min: 44 Max: 230 Avg: 60.4432
CS:GO!(Max Settings): Min: 114 Max: 214 Avg: 164.154
Elite: Dangerous: Min: 41 Max: 207 Avg: 120.768
Video Rendering (4k): fx-9590 1min = 18.4 seconds in video 5820k 1min = 53.2 seconds in video
Fire Strike Score: www.3dmark.com/3dm/11109144
(I Would test Dark Souls and Skyrim but it seems they both have frame caps)
Future Plans: I Plan to buy the flagship AMD Polaris GPU in the near future when one is released.
Renders 4k 30 fps at slightly less than the record time.
It can keep the 9590(one of the hottest CPUs) at less than 50 degrees so it works very well and I suggest it if you want to overclock or are getting a 9000 FX series cpu
Slightly too big, but has all the features needed including support for crossfire/sli.
Nice Cheap Blue LED memory
Not always the quietest but goes pretty fast
Runs cool enough works well enough get the job done
Good Case for ATX motherboards. also good for air flow. Not the best for cable management, but I don't really care.
cheapest 850 fully-modular power supply
real cheap Freesync monitor.