I have recently looked into building a PC when i was tired of the price of console titles and wanted in on PC exclusives. this was somewhat successful when i played games on my laptop which wasn't half bad. soon enough, i was tired of the low frame-rates so i looked into buying a gaming computer. sadly the ones available for purchase were much too expensive for my budget. i checked YouTube for cheaper pre-built pc's unintentionally learning that you can build your own, and at that, cheap if you're patience is high enough. i looked around for quite some time and decided that the integrated graphics of the amd kaveri apu was too good to pass up then i just needed to find the other components. whilst you-tubing other PC components i found this site, which made life so much easier i had soon had an on-paper, functioning PC. days later, i had the parts to build this semi-bad boy. finally, it was software time, which proved to be no easier than the shopping and the physical, hardware side. i had also noticed that people under the completed builds had claimed they had gotten ridiculous parts for cheap with no proof, so for any of you guy's sake, like me at the time, i will make it entirely link enabled. i assure you, so far so good i get around 50-60 fps on medium to high on minecraft, skyrim, and fallout: new Vegas. which two of these titles are not so easy to run adequately. i also get around 45-50 fps while recording video game footage. -update- I bought a WiFi card and moved it to a different room, for you observant ones who notice that.