Bought the 8350/mobo back from a customer that upgraded.
Bought the 390 in mint condition off CL, turned out to also be a previous customer. Got the SSD out of a $250 system purchase that I am reselling for $350 so it was free. New PSU
RAM was in my stock
Cooler was refurbished on Newegg
Even though the 8350 is dated and not very good at single threaded applications, it performs very well in AAA title games. I did not bother to OC. I was even able to make some very nice videos with OBS at 1080p @60fps while playing the games (with some settings turned down just a notch) The 390 is still beautiful. Hot and power hungry, it plays all my AAA at ultra or close to it.
The case is very nice. I got it on sale for $60. While it has very nice features, the construction was pretty thin. I was a little disappointing with that but the ground lighting totally made up for it. I really like that touch (picture to post later). I wish I knew the add on light was only $7, I would have ordered it ahead. Overall, the build went VERY easy. Very clean looking, easy cable management. Wish my cable were all black.
The tab on the PCI-E was snapped off so I was worried about the beastly GPU sagging. The case holds it very tight and I made it so the cable pull up rather than down. The shape of the card makes it look like it is sagging hard but it is actually pretty solid.
https://youtu.be/rlOH6iyr384 (still learning how to make good videos)