This pc is mainly built for gaming, but things like 3d modeling and 3d rendering will also be done on this rig, as well as a few adobe programms like Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator.
A few main parts and why I chose them.
Cpu: chose Skylake i5 6600k, because of its low power consumption, overclockebility and I didn't want to spend more than €250 (and go for something like a i7 6700k). I also maneged to overclock it to 4.5 Ghz
Gpu: msi gtx 970, I knew that Nvidea would bring out a new line of gpu's, but here in The Netherlands the gtx 1060 is about €380, and I was able to get this gtx 970 for €250.
Cpu cooler: best cooler for the money in my opinion, and changed the Be Quiet fan with a Corsair sp120 quiet edition fan. decent overclocking is possible with this cooler and fan combo.
Ssd: system starts up in about 15 seconds and 250 gb is enough for my os and all my programms. Plus I have a 5 year warrenty on this thing.
Case: Amazing case by Phanteks. You get a lot for your money, like: -noise dampening foam on all of the sidepanels -multicolour leds built in -2x 120 fans -removable dust covers for the top -all intakes are filtered -easy cable magement -easy toolless harddrive cages
Mouse: I already owned it for my Lenovo y50 laptop and bought it about a year ago. It comes with 2 interchangable cabels, so I have one in my laptop bag and one plugged into my pc and just have to swap the mouse.
Keyboard: wanted a tkl keyboard for ergonomics and the cerry mx red switches with red backlight suits my colour scheme.
Headphones: I'm using these for about 2 years now and still love them. Amazing sound, sturdy build quality. I don't feel the need to replace these anytime soon. I made the 3dprinted headphone hanger myself using 3dsmax and a ultimaker 2 and you can download to print it for yourself it on things i verse http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1909479
3dmark firestrike score is on the last image.
Hope you enjoy! ;)