I've made this setup come together over about 2-3 years now. Hopefully upgrading some of the pc parts (Ex: processor, motherboard, Gpu, Psu, ect.) Then later on going forward to getting a decent 4K monitor or Tv with 60Hz refresh and Low input delay time, since right now I'm using the 1080p Tv (Which is fine for the components I have right now). Most games run at 60 fps at highest settings. Regarding GtaV, Far Cry 4, and Standed Deep (Which is a Cpu intensive game IMO) Those games run about 35-50 fps for most of the time.
I had the stock air cooler before for the processor and I had multiple auto-shutdown problems due to the heat. Since I've bought the H115i from Corsair, haven't had that problem since (It keeps the processor around 25c idle and 35c under load or gaming). The fans on the radiator are pretty loud at full speed so I set them around 75% all the time to keep that noise level down.
The Gpu is great (Pretty sure it's being held back or "bottlenecking" from the Cpu considering I see the processor is at full load while the Gpu is at 40-50% load when gaming). It stays around 35c idle and the highest I've seen it go was 50c after gaming on GtaV for about 5-6 hrs while being on medium-high settings. So the custom cooler from Gigabyte works very well. I've also overclocked it to 1125MHz on the Core clock and 1450MHz on the memory (Which isn't much but it's something) using MSI Afterburner. I also have the fans on the Gpu at 80% all the time since they are really quiet anyways.
I think I've rambled enough about this. The pc components are great for a first time pc gamer, they've been great for me. But I'm looking into going towards 4K soon (like in a year or two). So I definitely recommend these core pc components to anyone looking to being in the pc master race.
P.S. I have the tv and big speakers because I like my games on a bigger screen and I like my gaming and music extra loud.