Office/Gaming PC. This is a a general purpose PC I built using some parts from my old AMD PC (memory,SSD and GPU) Running windows 10 and steam for gaming.
The Arc Mini R2 case is really good and allows for all the cables to run behind the mb tray. I went with the older devils canyon I5 as I had 16gb of DDR3 and didn't want to buy new DDR4 and the performance between the i5 6600k and i5 4690k seemed extremely small. I also went with the K version because it was only 3 dollars more and the K version does have some enhanced features over the non K such as a better on chip voltage regulator and improved TIM under the heat spreader. Even if you are not going to overclock it's a no brainer to go with the K version when the cost difference is so small. Keep in mind haswell CPUs have the voltage regulator on the chip, so the motherboard requires less VRM modules and hence produces less heat. Skylake on the other hand has all the voltage regulation on the motherboard, so your MB choice there is a bit more important. Since the MB was only 39 after rebate, I can always reserve the choice to update that at a later date.(I don't anticipate having any issues with the b85 though)
PSU cables all sleeved in royal blue paracord and all fan and case led/power switch cables routed. The sleeving turned out pretty good, except the Silverstone strider Platinum had 4 double wires that I had to heat shrink at the MB connector. The 4 wires go to a sense plug in the PSU, which I assume is to regulate ripple or something, the PSU manual really didn't say anything about it. Other than those 4 double wires the Silverstone PSU was straight forward to sleeve, no inline capacitors like the EVGA PSUs.
The AMD 8350 FX chip and MB is going to go in my DVR server I use to record TV from a attic mounted antenna, that rig currently has a hex core Phenom II. I will get more use of the 8 cores as the DVR has 2 tuner cards each with 2 OTA tuners as well as six HDHomeRun network attached tuners. It would be possible on a popular TV night to have have a large number of tuners in use.