Thanks to the pcpartpicker community and /r/buildapc, I managed to scrap this one together with a little help of black friday (damn good prices all around). I'm 15 years old so I don't have a job or anything. I gotta thank my parents for helping to pitch in some cash.
First time building a computer and I managed to cut myself with the I/O shield (lol) and thankfully my blood didn't go all over the place. The only problem I had was with the case because it was not friendly to use. (I had to take out and put in the I/O shield multiple times because it kept conflicting with my motherboard (luckily it ends up fitting). Other than that, it was an easy build.
I use my pc for some gaming, video editing, and photoshop. Good build for an overall PC. I have been running this build for quite a while and haven't run into any problems.
Pros: Runs DayZ at 60 fps maxed, 30fps when in cities Runs League of Legends 200+ fps maxed. Runs Counter-Strike Global Offensive 200+ fps maxed. Pretty much all source games 200+ fps maxed. Does multitasking well, which is just how I like to live my life. Fans aren't too loud, running on stock cooler but damn it runs well.
If anyone can help, I might get an aftermarket CPU cooler to overclock, so it would be great if you'd recommend me a budget one (and presumably quiet too) and maybe even some blue LED case fans. Thanks to you all!