First Skylake Build aimed for 1080p gaming and some minor video-editing at the price of $1600CAD before taxes.
CPU: i5-6600k, 4.5ghz at 1.328v Wanted to get started into some Overclocking and spent hours reading up on the new Skylakes, figured this was a very popular choice amongst Entry to High-End builds I'd jump on it. Runs real smooth and very cool.
CPU Cooler: Hyper 212 EVO (with AF120 fans in Push/Pull config.) Was torn between whether to start off with a Liquid or Fan cooler. After much research found that temperature differences were very minimal (unless one were to due more intense OCing), For my next future build I'll definitely go for either a 240mm/280mm Liquid Cooling setup (For "better" aesthetics and OCing).
MOBO: ASRock Z170 Pro4s ASRock is well known for great "budget" boards and this one lives up to it. UEFI menus are easy to navigate through and tweak settings. After some tweaking with the VCore able to steadily run 4.5ghz at 1.328v, was able to go up to 4.8ghz at 1.42v.
Memory: Corsair LPX (2x8gb running at 2666mhz) These are really low-profile RAM sticks that worked great with the XMP settings. Slick and Simple.
Storage: Kingston 240gb SSD Simply for booting Windows 10 and storing some minor software/applications.
GPU: Asus STRIX R9 390 8gb This beast (Size and Performance) of a card looks and performs phenomenally. Able to push 1080p and Max setting on every game Ive played with so far (BF4, Overwatch, WoW, Diablo 3, CSGO) while maintaning 60+fps. Minor cons: Fans can get noisy but with some tweaking with the GPU Tweak II app you can manage Fan and Clock speeds. Heavy with a slight bit of sag when installed.
Case: Corsair Spec 02 Got it for a good deal, has room for a 6 fan case setup (Using 5 at the moment), great airflow and moderate space/routing for cable management. Hiding of cables could have been much better on my part.
PSU: EVGA 700B Bronze Ceritfied (parts list didn't have it listed) Perhaps a little over the top but got it for a good deal. Cons are its not a modular PSU.
Next build is going to be a whole lot beefier (price/performance) now that I've been exposed to OCing and the great results of this build.