Picture: There are a few things in this picture that are different from the parts list. First, the GPU. I was using a temporary GPU at the time of taking this picture, and I couldn't find any of the more recent ones. Also, there are 2 500gb hard drives in this instead of a 1tb. This is because I was gifted these hard drives, so I figured I'd save money and use those.
This was a very fun experience! I had taken time and planned out what I wanted and why I wanted it, and everything fit together perfectly. There wasn't any problems building in this case, and over all there wasn't any issues installing anything.
The only thing I wish I would have done was research a little more. At the time of this build, I had went with a Haswell CPU, even though Skylake had been released. If I had the chance to go back, I would have went with the Skylake CPU and all of the things that go with it. Another thing while we are talking about parts, I got the GPU on an AMAZING deal. It was only $155 where I got it which saved me a lot of money.
Now yes, I do have poor cable management in this picture. I'm very aware that it is sloppy, however I did try to redo some of it after the time of this picture. So don't hate on it too much :P
Good looking board. It has been a good motherboard for me, and it wasn't too expensive for an atx-motherboard. I had issues with the IO shield, it has those annoying prongs that make it hard to install, but that was the only down side to me.
There isn't much to say about ram :P It works and looks pretty good. 10/10 for me.
Pretty good SSD. There are cheaper ones that you could go for, but this one seems to do the job quite well. However, it is meant for more of a OS drive only thing, given it's small storage space.
Really great case! It had good room for cable management and was pretty well built. Yes, it is cheaper-ly built, but it still is very good :) I would recommend!
Great quality PSU. It has already wrapped black cables, and PLENTY of power for most builds.
It get's the job done. There isn't anything wrong with it really. It was great especially for less than $20. If you are still buying these, I would recommend this one.
Wireless Network Adapter
It does pretty well. Obviously it isn't recommended to have wireless while you game, but I use it for that. It works fine and it hasn't dropped the internet connection at all. I have used it for about a week now and it hasn't given me any problems.