EDIT 3/15/17: OC'd CPU to 4.4GHz, GPU core clock to 1355MHz, and GPU memory clock to 2100MHz.
I was originally going to get an Xbox One S, but the TV I had wasn't HD, so I thought, "What's the point?", then I discovered PC gaming, and after months of carefully planning, I have finally built my first PC, and I am extremely happy with how it turned out.
I am 14 as of building this, and I had help from my uncle, who's been building for 16+ years.
(Sorry if the reviews are kinda "eh")
I love this thing, it is so powerful, I managed to get this for $199.99 at Microcenter, I could not pass that deal up.
A Hyper 212 EVO with LEDs, not much else to say. Looks nice and gets the job done.
This motherboard is SO good, the BIOS look amazing, and it has RBG lighting, at first I was a little annoyed that I couldn't make the LEDs just red, but I actually like it.
Where do I even start?! This stuff is SO fast, and it looks nice. But for whatever reason I got the DDR4-3200, but I won't complain,
My uncle suggested I get a hybrid drive, and I'm glad I got one, it loads up stuff super fast, not as fast as an SSD, but its still fast.
This thing is an absolute BEAST of a card, great for starters, it has LED lighting on the side, and performs amazingly in almost all games I've thrown at it on ultra settings.
Really nice case, cool design and comes with 2 fans, one with LEDs.
Just a PSU, nothing much else to say, works just fine, shouldn't die anytime soon.
Just a simple DVD drive for Windows and drivers, possibly some movies.
I love this OS so much, it has such a smooth interface, its super easy to customize, it has DX12 support, and much more features.
This thing is huge, considering its my first monitor, its 1080p, IPS, has built in speakers, what more could you want?
This keyboard may not be mechanical, but it feels very nice to use, it has red LED back lighting, and 6 programmable G keys, very good keyboard.
This is a super good budget/starter mouse, feels very smooth has RBG lighting, and 2 extra buttons on the side.
Probably my favorite peripheral on this list, this headset actually cover my ears, rather then rest on them like other headphones I've used, and I can comfortably wear my glasses without the headphones pushing them against my ears, and the mic is actually pretty decent, would recommend.
This mouse pad is really smooth, and it feels really nice, my only complaint is it gets dirty and dusty easily.