I forgot to put in the parts list the CPU cooler which was a Hyper 212 black rgb.
I will be upgrading the cpu soon for a 2700X but the 1600 was one of the parts I had from my previous build that migrated to this build. But I agree the 2600 is the best bang for your buck cpu right now and is the cpu I put in my girlfriends new gaming pc.
The cooler was left over from a previous build which was red and black check the link below. I did swap the red cpu fan out for a corsair ml120 rather than spending out for a new cpu cooler.
AsiaHorse red led fans
Thanks the temps were pretty good I got a drop of 3°c on the CPU and about the same on the GPU under full load. And using normally the CPU sits pretty constant at 36°c and the GPU fans hardly turn on unless I'm gaming. I was really surprised at how good the stock wraith cooler performed with the over clocking and the extra airflow to keep it stable at 3.6ghz. I did try 3.7ghz but the PC crashed during cinebench so I dialled back. I do think with an aftermarket cooler I could get 3.9ghz stable especially with the airflow mod I made. :)
That was a mistake on my part I forgot to update the parts list before I uploaded the build. It only contains the KingSpec 64gb ssd from amazon and an old segate 2tb HDD 7200rpm that I had lying around.