I wanted a cheap little box that could play some games and could be used as a htpc. I'm not a hardcore gamer and so I chose to stick with the on-board graphics on the 6400k. I only have a 720p TV so I was able to play games at that resolution on medium settings and get around 30 fps, which is perfectly fine for me. Speaking of CPUs, the a6 6400k is a great budget processor and will get the job done. The motherboard was an easy choice because I don't need a feature filled board so I just went with the cheapest one I could find. The ram was from my desktop PC that I recently upgraded to 16 GB, it was just collecting dust so I decided to re-purpose it for this build. It's great quality, fast, and 8 GB is just enough. There isn't really anything to say about the 1 TB WD Blue except that I was going to get a 500 GB HDD but then realized that 1 TB HDDs are only a couple bucks more, even though I don't need 1 TB of storage I decided to buy it because why not. The case was a hard choice for me because there are soooo many options, I went with the Inwin BP655 ITX case because it's the smallest case that had an expansion slot in case I want to get a dedicated GPU in the future. It's a slim and attractive little case that has a modern angular front panel with some blue accents. It comes with a 300W PSU, usually included power supplies aren't the best but for a budget build it should do just fine. For the OS I chose steamos, it's a great console like system which is easy to navigate from a distance because of the big UI elements. Overall, I'm happy with how this computer turned out and I think it would be great for anyone who wants a cheap htpc or for someone who's building their first computer. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment.