The first time I got into PC gaming was in August when my friend told me to get Counter Strike: Global Offensive. After that I was hooked, and I wanted to get more into PC gaming. I had been planning out my computer for months. With a tight budget considering I'm 14 and has no job I knew I was going to have to make some sacrifices. I opted for an AMD multi-core processor instead of an Intel dual core processor. For my graphics card, I went big and got a MSI GeForce GTX 960 Gaming 4GB knowing it'd help me make up for my weaker CPU and bring more upgrade-proof in my GPU department. Next I opted for the MSI 970A SLI motherboard. I was lucky enough to get this motherboard for around $30 after a Microcenter deal and a mail-in rebate. I knew this was a complete steal. I also picked up a normal RAM kit that docked me only $30 for 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM. I got a 1TB WD blue for Christmas so that was taken care of. For my case, I went with the ever so popular NZXT S340. With this case it had everything I wanted in a PC gaming case. No 5.25 inch bays, which meant a sleek front look and a side panel window so I can see my components and eventually add LEDs to make it pop. For the power supply I went with a typical corsair CX 600M. Lastly, I picked up two cooler master fans. As for building it, it was a breeze for a first timer. With help from my dad we finished in about 4 hours including a lengthy dinner break. The only problems we had building were connecting everything properly. The 24 Pin power connector took a lot more force than I've seen from any video and I had some trouble plugging in the power, reset, LED pin and whatever other little plugs there were to plug in. After we plugged those in correctly everything worked as expected. We bought a Windows product key off amazon for around $120 and had a flash drive with the windows ISO. The bios recognized all my components and I was ready to game. If I had one take away and regret from all this, is to save a little more and go for an 8320, 8350 or even an i5. I run all the games I want to play with great frame rate. This computer set me back way under $700 and for the price I am very happy with the outcome.