This build is designed for workstation tasks, as well as gaming. It's intended to be used for 3DS Max, Maya, AutoCAD, and the Adobe Suite(Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop). It also is intended for gaming, although just at 1080p, hence the unbalanced graphics card. I'm currently playing Counter Strike Global Offensive, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Project Cars, Skyrim, Star Citizen, and Kerbal Space Program. It runs most of these games at 1080p ultra settings, 60FPS, with the exception of Star Citizen and Project Cars, both of which I turned the graphics down to high on. There were no issues in building this PC. I bought the motherboard for $130 open box at Micro Center. Please do not comment on the lack of an SSD, my old one died recently and I have yet to get it replaced. The little white creatures that occupy my desk are random little things I've 3D printed.
The best CPU I could get for around $300. Works well for professional work and perfectly for gaming. Chose this i7 over an i5 because of the hyperthreading and do not regret it.
Cheap, cools decently, will upgrade soon.
Really nice, got it for super cheap. I love the Thermal Armor and back-plate, however the little fans can get loud.
It was cheap and easily overclocked. Looks ok and never has issues.
Works steadily, quite fast for a hard drive.
Got it for quite cheap and this card fufills my gaming needs. Also, the Windforce cooler cools well and is very quiet.
Nice case, could do with a bit more airflow and cable management.
It was cheap, will upgrade.