I originally built this PC more than two years ago but as many of you builders would know one can't stop upgrading once you start. It was originally am AMD A10-6800k Apu system with no graphics card. The only component which still remains from the original build is the mechanical hard drive. It was my first build and I regret not having pictures because it was truly a specimen. It had a cheap $20 case with a blue led power supply, red heat spreaders on the ram, stock cooler, and yellow case fans. In these 2 years I've learned a lot and made several upgrades.
About this computer as it currently is, well it has an AMD FX 8320e cpu which I have overclocked to 4.0 ghz, I can't get anything over 4.0 to run stable even putting more voltage on the cpu, I think maybe the motherboard is not a very good overclocker but I'm curious as to what results you guys have gotten with this cpu.
The newest upgrade is the RX 480 which I bought from microcenter, it was a returned unit and it's the 8gb model and was priced at $199, I just couldn't pass it up. Before I had a GTX 960 and I'm happy with the performance boost considering I bought the 960 only a few months ago for $160.
I really like the look of the case but if you're considering buying this case just know that it's hard to do cable management in this case because there is no back side to hide the cables. You can hide them below as I did but they will still be very visible so I put a black sheet of paper. I intend of making an aluminum piece to size and painting it black to better match the case, this is just a temporary solution.