I've bought everything from this list besides a couple of hard drives lying around, the optical drive and ram came from a prebuilt computer.
This is literally a prebuilt computer gutted out and I changed most of the things.
I bought the Elgato to record my Wii U and PS4 game play when this was still prebuilt. The motherboard was a GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-S2 with an AMD FX 4300 and a EVGA GT 720. I bought the case first and then saved money for the motherboard and an Intel Celeron. (Just so I know the motherboard wasn't dead.) I kept the ram, power supply, and the optical drive. Found out I accidentally bought a new power supply, so I gave the other to my sister. After a while, I upgraded the Celeron to an i5 4690 (Non-K. Not really planning on overclocking so why bother spending a few extra dollars when I can save that for later.) Newegg later had a sale on a GTX 950 and decided to buy that to replace the GT 720.
I want to know if this is good. I know it can be better (but I'm saving money for college so I'm not really going to change anything from here for quite a while) but I want to know if this an okay build or a decent build. Any helpful criticism will do. (I want to work with computers for a living so I want to know a lot of things.)
don't ask why Arthur is there, just accept it