Named the storm trooper for it's similar color scheme to one, this thing is a great gaming rig. It will run Battlefront 3 on all ultra settings with an average of about 73 fps. Bioshock Infinite frame rates clock in at about 130 fps on ultra.
CPU Went with an FX-8350 due to it being cheaper than Intel, yet it still packs enough power to do any task I care to throw at it. Cinebench score: 604cb no overclock
GPU An R9 380 is a not too expensive high end GPU that will currently run pretty much every game on good settings, 4 GB version allows for maximum use of GPU power without having to give up texture quality with less vram. Cinebench OpenGL: 84.04 fps. 3dmark firestrike
CASE I found this case on sale at Fry's for only $49.99 so I bought it as soon as I saw it. So far it's an amazing case for that price, with good cable management space behind the motherboard for my needs, and an option to upgrade to 140mm fans later. I have 2 LEPA 120mm fans in the front as intakes, 1 of the case's stock fans at the top back as an exhaust (only one so I keep positive pressure) and my water cooled radiator at the very back as another outtake. This setup seems to keep all the components very cool with the slight exception of the socket temp. I think it's due to my motherboard more than the case (as the similar socket temp differences were recorded with another case) as my CPU temp will read 47c load temps while gaming yet Socket temps peak at about 64c and hover around 60c (Battlefront 3 Ultra).