I was tired of my 1.4 GHz PC so I decided to get a PC that worked a little better and I think I got a decent PC for how much (or little) on it. I only spent ~$250 on it so far. This is my first build and I'm sorry about the cable management, but my PC still stays pretty cool. I'll do a better job on cable management when I get a modular PSU. I'm pretty poor so I decided to get the AMD A4-4000 CPU. It works really well and the integrated graphics are pretty good as well. I'm probably going to upgrade it to an A10 later on. The motherboard works really well. I like how in the BIOS you can set a password, so when you start up the PC you have to type it in. I'm going to eventually upgrade to a full ATX board later. The RAM for some reason hasn't arrived yet so I took it out of my other PC (I ordered it the 27 of December and it's now the 27 of January and still hasn't arrived). The Azza SIRIUS case looks decent but it didn't come with USB 3.0 plugins as advertised. The CoolMax 500W PSU has not had any problems. The Optical Drive reads discs, but it is really loud. It's the only thing I can hear on my PC. The fans didn't screw in properly so I had to drill new holes into them. I already had some HDDs that I took out of some old computers. I'm planning on getting a MSI GTX 750 TWIN FROZR. If you have a better card for ~160 or less, leave a comment. Overall, this PC is really good for the price range.