I was originally going for the i5-4460, that's why I have an H97 motherboard but then there was no stock (I asked for other processors but then the 4440 was the only 4th gen i5 they have left in stock and I had no budget for an i7.)
Sorry for the lack of pictures, didn't manage to take some pictures when I was building the PC because my phone's battery died.
EDIT: I also forgot to mention that I was going for a GTX 970 since i'm an Nvidia fanboy but there was no 970 in stock and other Nvidia GPU's the retailer was selling are the old ones (600 series). So I just went with an R9 290X Lightning since they recommended me so.
EDIT 2: My R90X died last week so I had to RMA it and replaced it with a GTX 970.
Good CPU. It may not be the best i5 but it does the job.
One of the best H97 motherboards out there. I love ASUS motherboards, they totally have the best motherboard designs out there.
Good RAM. I made a mismatch on this one. I was originally going for the black Kingston HyperX RAM but there was no stock on the date of purchase.
The best SSD out there. What makes Samsung SSDs unique is the Samsung Magician Software, I find it really useful.
I don't need to review this. You probably know what does this do anyways.
One of the top GPUs in the market. Can max out most of the graphically intense games.
I like the 2 LED fans in the front. That's all. xD
A decent power supply. I bought this PSU because it was a semi-modular PSU and I like to have a clean cable management. But if I had more money I would go for a Corsair RM 750. I'm not saying Cooler Master PSUs are bad but if you wanna overclock, a high end PSU is better.
Great monitor. One of the best value monitors by ASUS.