So I managed to finally get enough money to make a PC. I spent a good while researching parts and came up with this.
The N200 is a great case for the money I paid. The only downside i found was cable management was a little hard, but i managed OK in the end I think. The size of the case is great, its sturdy and doesn't stick out like a sore thumb.
The A10-6800k is great, seeming as i moved from a P4 3GHz to this i can see a massive difference in things such as multi talking and general speed, no lagging or hanging. I'm also able to play almost every game i own on it at max settings so far. I haven't tried over-clocking yet as its something that's confusing to me.
The CM Hyper 212 Evo is a great price for good cooling. I got this due to the stock cooler not actually cooling and letting the heat get over 70c on load. I found that installing was a pain in the *** having installed this to two different PC's and always having trouble with it. It also clipped my ram due to the size of the fan so i had to raise the fan by a Cm or so as you can see in the picture.
The motherboard is great, its cheap and has potential for upgrades, i could put a kaveri CPU in when they are released, or i could put more ram in (not that I've gone over the 8GB I've got installed) i can add more hard drives if i want too.
The Ram is great, i had no trouble getting it to 2133 and i got it really cheap, I see nothing wrong with it.
The HDD was £20 about a year back and i just pulled it from my old PC.
The Power supply was much easier due to it being modular, so much less wires that i don't need EG. PCI or another 3 HDD power cables, it was easy to cable manage and is able to power the PC fine.
In all the PC runs great and i have no regrets on spending £300-ish on this. potential upgrades could include a graphics card to run dual graphics on and a SSD.