This is my first ever Gaming PC build. It took me at least the entire day to finally complete the process, but other than that, no issues. I can finally run all my games in 1080p and Max settings. It might not be great like everyone else's rig's, but I am looking forward to upgrading my build in the future.
I purchased the majority of my parts from Amazon and Newegg. I got Windows 10 from Fry's Electronics. The GTX 1060 was on sale via Amazon. Corsair case fan( Twin pack ): https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-AF120-Quiet-High-Airflow/dp/B00F6S0XJO/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1507397045&sr=1-1&keywords=Corsair+Air+Series+AF120+LED+Quiet+Edition+High+Airflow+Fan+Twin+Pack
7/29/ 17: Just got myself a Seagate 2TB barracuda hard drive, I might want to get into liquid cooling later on in a few weeks.
9/29/17: haven't update for a while, college and job have been keeping me busy. Got myself 2 extra case fans for the front, soon I will decide to weither or not go for liquid/water cooling or traditional fan cooling.
10/2/17: I finally upgraded my cpu cooler, I was considered going to liquid cooling at first but I decided to go traditional fan cooling. I got myself a cryorig M9i and the installation wasn't soo bad however as soon as I seen the temperatures compare to my Intel stock cooler, I've seen major differences. It is soo much better than before. I highly recommend to anyone that have a stock cooler
Intel's stock cooler: idle 50-65° gaming: 70-85° (Depending on game)
cryorig M9i: idle 32-41°( mostly on 30's) gaming 40-59°(Depending on game)
I highly recommend getting this hard drive for you're everyday use. I pretty much use this to store a bunch of files and especially gaming.
Best video card in the market