So the purpose of this build was to play games at 1080p currently and 1440p soon. Games like Smite, BF4, FC3, etc. I know the cable management is bad this is due to it not being a modular power supply and the cord lengths are short
CPU: I chose the pentium for the reason that I got the $100 bundle at microcenter and I went with it. So far its pretty awesome for its price tag. I will get a i5 on black friday.
CPU Cooler: You might notice how I have the stock cooler on instead of this cooler. This is because the cooler broke, then I returned it and got the same one it then broke. So I returned and just slapped the stock cooler on.
Motherboard: It came with the bundle, cheap, has an upgrade path and well it does the job well.
RAM: I literally went to micro center (which is 15min away :) and got the ram that was on sale. It works well.
SSD: This was actually a gift and a SSD will change your life. Windows boots up in seconds it is awesome.
HDD: Was cheap and had great reviews it also works very well.
GPU: I waited for 3 months to get a 290 and this one was on sale. And my parents bought it for me surprisingly so thanks to them. It is HUGE and very quiet. I never drop below 60fps in FC3 and PS2 Ultra settings. It is awesome I can't recommend it enough.
Case: I wanted red and black and this was the perfect price. Looks cool and does the job for a good price.
PSU: It was on sale I heard good things about it so I got it. It works VERY well.
Keyboard: Once I saw an RGB keyboard I thought that I needed one. So I got one and it is awesome. The mechanical keys are awesome as well.
Mouse: I wanted red and black for a good price, if you are looking for a budget gaming mouse this one is awesome. Highly recommend it.
Monitor: I currently use a 1600x900 monitor that was free from my Dad. But I will get a 1440p monitor in june.
This is my build got a tight budget because I'm 14 and jobless. Overall very happy that I joined the masterrace