Built on an extreme budget when I wanted to build a workable gaming PC, and one that I could use to record/stream Let's Plays from. It functions fine and I haven't yet found a game I can't play at least medium or high graphic settings on 720p or higher getting 45fps - 120fps (depending on the game and monitor I'm using). Originally started with the 8GB version of the stated RAM, but later upgraded to the 16GB set I listed.
The case leaves much to be desired in terms of wire routing and no RGB outside of lit fans, but it's a solid, sturdy metal construction with a nifty tray on the top to place things. The only problems I've ever had with this build so far was the death of the power supply after a power surge, but getting it replaced with quick and easy, and the graphics card barely fits in the case (it extends so far into the 5.25" tray bay that it effectively subtracts the total number of possible SSDs/HDDs by 2)