Update 08/19/16 So the original psu was too loud so I got a corsair cx500. Then that one broke and i rmaed it and corsair sent back a semi modular cx550m so go corsair!
Also found a cheap but cool looking case the diy hero sites case. end update
This is a build for a friend who gave me a budget of $500. I went over budget to get the after market cooler(I made up the difference). If there is one thing I have learned it is that cooling is worth the cost. I had a 128gb ssd from a broken surface pro 3 lying around so i got a 2.5 enclosure and gave my buddy that along with the full win 10 pro os. He might not fully understand what he is getting but i will be happy to have put him behind the wheel of something i think is well worth the 500 I will charge him. So I am happy
Also made sure to get him a mobo that could cross fire for future awesomeness!
I had the 6100 of this CPU for five years on a stock cooler so I expect this one will be just as sturdy.
Seems like a good cooler for the price to me. Runs quite and keeps the cpu from over heating even when over clocked in the catalyst control center.
Very happy with this board. Good size, lots of headers and sata ports, as well as cross dire capabilities.
Ram is ram is ram. love the price for the speed, cool heat spreader too.
Always liked the Barracuda storage.
Fantastic look(wish i could get better pictures) great performance and cross fire capable. With 4gbs of ram i think this card will go pretty far.
This is a DIYPC case so i cant complain about its simplicity and lack of ready to go options. If i could complain i would say i wish it had front fan mounts and 2.5 mounts. Even so this case came with a quite rear exhaust 120mm fan.
Gets the job done for this build. Not sli ready for current cards (only two six pin pcie power). Fans on this wine. It does not bother me much and when gaming it will be unnoticed.