This computer is the result of constant upgrades over time, so it doesn't have any specific completion date. Anyway, most parts were bought either from Newegg or eBay. This computer is used for everyday browsing, as well as 1080p gaming. Hope you enjoy!
CPU: 4690k that I got brand new from eBay for a great price is overclocked to 4.4ghz at 1.178 volts. I could push it higher, but I need about a .05 volt just to get to 4.5, so I don't think it's really worth it.
CPU Cooler: The Cryorig H7 is a great budget cooler. It is very quiet and inaudible at idle. It looks amazing and cools better than the Hyper 212. Bought from Newegg.
Motherboard: I also got my motherboard from eBay, because it was a great price at the time. It still works great, and has all the features I need. It looks decent, and has a debug LED, which can be extremely useful.
Memory: For ram I went with G.Skill Sniper 1866 and it works great. The reason for the different prices in my parts list is because I bought the first kit about a year ago, and the second kit I bought a few weeks ago, not because I needed more ram, but rather, because it was so cheap.
Video Card: I bought my EVGA GTX 770 4gb from ebay for a fantastic price. I went with 4gb, because my last 2gb card was starting to run out of vram in games like GTA V, so 4gb is just for future proofing. Anyway, this is still a pretty good GPU that can still max out most games at 1080p.
Storage: My primary drive for system is my 120gb Samsung 840 Evo that I got for $40. My games are installed on my 320gb Western Digital, and my media files are on the 2tb Seagate Barracuda.
Case: I went with the Define S because I liked how it looked and the features it offered, and even though I have an air cooled pc, it is good to know that I can build a custom loop in it without issue.
PSU: The XFX Pro650 XXX Edition is a tier 1 Seasonic rebrand. It is semi modular and has always worked amazingly well. I had a psu from a prebuilt HP die on me before, so I didn't want to take any chances. The only thing I don't like about it is that the extra cables are flat, which makes them very hard to manage in this case.
Fans: The be quiet! Pure Wings 2 are great 140mm fans which are awesome for the price you can get them. They are dead silent and are hardly louder when you ramp them up. I have 3 of them as intake, and the two stock Fractal Design fans are in the back and top as exhaust. I keep all my fans at low settings, and all of them are installed with either rubber padding or rubber anti vibration screw mounts.
LED Lighting: I wanted to do a custom approach to LED lighting for maximum customization. I bought an Arduino Gemma controller board and some RGB LEDs from eBay. I also bought a right angle USB chord so I can plug it in straight on my motherboard, because the Z87 extreme4 has an onboard USB port by the ram slots. I have it set up with power from a sata cable by removing the sata ending and wiring the appropriate wires. Then, I used a fan extension cable so I can always unplug it when I plug in the USB chord to go into program mode on the Arduino. By going with the custom approach, I can do ANYTHING with the LEDs, by simply programming it in the Arduino software. This is basically superior to any NZXT Hue or similar system, for only like $20. Totally worth it. I can get any led to show any color on the RGB spectrum by inputting custom values. Also, I can make different effects, such as rainbow, single color, double color, etc. I can choose how many LEDs I use and can set how quick I want colors to change.
Keyboard: I bought my IBM Model M2 from eBay. It did have issues with a few of the keys, so I used a Circuitwriter conductive pen to fix the traces. Then, I wrapped it in carbon fiber vinyl to make it look better. It was very hard, but I am happy with the result. Yes, this is a 21 year old keyboard, but this is regarded as one of the best keyboards of all time and many people who have used it prefer its buckling spring switches to the modern cherry mx ones.
Speakers: Bought them on sale for $20. Good sound and bass, so I am satisfied and would recommend them.
Edit: Added more led color pictures