Messed with PCs a lot, but this is my first time building from scratch. Lots of fun, and a spectacular learning experience. Now, allow me to introduce, Rorschach.
Temps were taken from testing at stock speeds, using Prime95 - Small FFTs, Furmark, HWInfo64, and AMD Overdrive.
3DMark FireStrike @ Stock...Score - 8136
Edit 2 March 15
Tinkered with some settings in BIOS and bumped the clocks up a little.
Graphics now running at 1050GHz and peaked at around 76C (in FurMark) with my fan setup (still way under the supposed thermal limit for this card). CPU locked on 4.3GHz. Core peaked at about 45C (still a whopping 29C away from being throttled according to OverDrive) before cooling off a little in Prime. Socket hit about 63C.
3DMark FireStrike @ 4.3 and 1.05GHz...Score - 8705
Unigine Valley 1.0 Extreme HD Preset...Score - 2458
Unigine Heaven 4.0 Extreme Preset...Score - 1693
CPU: Low cost, great performance. Low temps when paired with the 212 Evo.
Mobo: Lots of features (love the DirectKey for BIOS).
RAM: Fairly cheap, low latency memory.
SSD: FAST. Had a couple issues that appeared to be drive related, but I think they were just Windows hiccups.
HDD: Cheap, standard drive.
GPU: Utterly awesome. Powerful. Extremely efficient cooler for such a hot card. Looks phenomenal (aesthetically and graphically), and, with IFC turned on, it's almost inaudible.
Case: Pleasure to work with. Crammed a lot of stuff in here and it fit perfectly. Great stock airflow. My only complaint (just nit-picking) is that the drives are loaded from the rear, so you kind of need to take off the back panel if you need to work on them, which is more of a personal annoyance than a problem.
PSU: Love the modular design, and the black wrapped cables are a beautiful touch. Overvolt, Undervolt, Short-Circuit, etc. protections. ECO mode makes it silent during most normal, low-stress uses.
Case Fans: The Corsair fans work great, move a good amount of air, and dropped my temps about 4-5*C. They were a PAIN to install, though. Put them on a solid surface, get something hard and smash it underneath the screw when you are screwing it in, and pre-thread the holes with one of the screws. Made it significantly easier.
Monitor: Looks great. No complaints.
Keyboard & Mouse: I love the keyboard. Great tactile feedback. The mouse works, but the scroll wheel developed a mind of it's own after about a week. Can't expect too much from a $30 combo, though. *UPDATE: Both CM components replaced with Razer peripherals.
Speakers: Sound great. I like the little control pod. No problems, yet.
*UPDATE 17/7/17: Added 2nd monitor, wireless USB adapter, and extra storage (WD Black and Seagate External). Everything else is working pretty flawlessly.