I'm going to start out by saying, no, this is not my build. This is my cousin's build, but he was too lazy to post it, so here I am... I know you may have issues with some of the parts, but my cousin said he bought all of these parts on good sales, so don't be scared of the set prices...
CPU: When this i3 went on sale, it was cheaper than the 4170. So a click of the buy button and it was his. He also told me that the i3 is the best value CPU out there.
CPU Cooler: Now when my cousin built this, he wanted a water cooled PC. I know it's unnecessary, but that's what he said he "needed."
RAM: It does stuff, I guess.
SSD: Ok, so my cousin loves the idea of SSDs, so no hard drives here. All he plays is Steam games, so he may need a upgrade in the future... I myself thought he should of got a Trion 150 instead of a Trion 100, but it was $30 so I can't complain.
GPU: Ok, so my cousin loves the GTX 970, and is a "anti-AMD fanboy" so he found the cheapest 970 with 3 fans and there it is.
Case: He didn't wait for a sale for this bad-boy. He loved the design so he got it for $100 when it came out.
PSU: This isn't the EXACT PSU listed, but it's darn close.
Optical drive: Nothing special here
OS: He had 8.1 until this Christmas. His OS was bugged and wouldn't let him upgrade for free, so he bought W10 at retail.
WNA: Nothing special here
Monitor: It looks stunning for it being a old vista monitor...
Keyboard: Probably one of the few good keyboards from Razer... A old Walmart keyboard was used before this.
Mouse: Basic but cool...
Headphones: Before my cousin had the speakers, he used these on high volume. He doesn't like these BTW.
Speakers: These are great quality, perfect for gaming...
So that's it, let me know what you think. Any questions will be answered by my cousin.
It's not a fast SSD, but it works for just $30. Get a Zotac Premium or even a 850 evo instead