Haven't done any major testing yet.. But will do soon =)
I had a client since i build computers for a local shop and i now made my own shop aside from working there.
The client wanted a computer for gaming and school work.
I was looking for good parts with tons of reviews and i got lucky cause on newegg all of these parts were 10-30$ off + i do the rebates so in total the price came out 400$ which is a awesome deal for this computer
AMD Fx-6300: My thoughts on this, best bang for the buck cpu got this on sale for 100$ hes not going to be overclocking so stock cooler will do fine. has 6 cores 3.5Ghz of the back. No issues with this cpu.
ASUS M5A78L-M/USB: one of the cheapest boards out. Does everything it needs to do. Came with 2 sata cables which is enough for this computer. Issues: IO shield sucks only 2 fan headers ( 1 is the cpu fan header) and it doesn't have any 3.0 usb ports on board but for this price range i knew it wouldn't wouldn't boot windows from my usb so i had to take out the dvd drive from my main build
A-Data XPG v1 8gb: can't say that much just its ram and has nice heats and will do the job 8gb is good enough for gaming
Blue HDD 320GB: i found this brand new at staples for 20$ so I grabbed it within a second. Short on storage but it will do, and if he wants to upgrade he can in the future
EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB Superclocked: Best bang for the buck, doesn't require any PCIE connector and small form factor ( it got delayed but it will fit in case)
Rosewill FBM-01 MicroATX Mini Tower: for 26$ great price. This case is actually nice, its a small micro atx tower. Only issues is cable management but i think i did a great job. It was hard installing the motherboard since you have to angle it cause the hdd bay is in the way. only able to stick 2 hard drives but it has two 5.25" bays so you can get one of those things that allows you to install a 3'5 drive if needed. the glossy front attracts fingerprints crazy. I will add more photos showing the case later =)
EVGA 100-W1-0430-KR 430W: wow for 20$ with the rebate, can't get better than this. a trusted brand and 430w which is plenty for this build. The cables are short which is perfect for this build. has a 6+2 PCIE pin so can upgrade graphics card.
Overall I think the client will be pleased when he picks up his new computer. I was attempting to record be building it using one hand. So I will upload that video later. I took some screenshots showing the cable management.