Long story short, this is an amalgamation of the parts i have scavenged from friends, bought at one point, and my previous computer build, which was a A6-5400k+MSI A88x-G43, which i owned for a year before replacement. The cpu and motherboard on this build are my previously mentioned system, but lets get to the specs.
MOTHERBOARD: MSI A88X-G43
RAM: Nanya 2X2GB 1333mhz
CASE: Cougar Solution
PSU: Xion 600W
HDD: Seagate 500GB Laptop Drive (2.5 inch)
OS: Microsoft Windows 10
As you can see, these are all quite modest parts, and only the PSU gave any kind of trouble. A little background history on these parts; the A6 i had bought back in the summer of 2013 for a price of around $45, and was finally put into use at the christmas of 2014. My motherboard i had got by saving money for an alternate board, and ended up impulse buying the G43 as Fry's did not have the board I was looking for. Short to say, i was not disappointed in that purchase, as the combo allowed me to reach a limit of 4.535 GHz on cpu overclocking, and achieved a over 1 GHz on its internal GPU. my RAM was a $12 purchase to try to solve an issue that the solution had nothing to do with RAM. My case was bought at the now no longer existing consumer side of Tiger direct for a measly $6, a great deal less than it's ~$60 dollar MSRP. The PSU I am using was a part of a computer that my friend gave me as a birthday present, and sports a real 12V rail rating of around 300 watts. The HDD was pulled from non-functional laptops that my friend had, and has an RPM rating of 5400. The OS was an upgrade of an W7 OEM key that I was able to reuse off the previously mentioned non-functional laptops.
As is due with these posts, photos attached for those who care.
WARNING: Photos are VERY large.