Yes, I had an i7 4790k and a GTX 970, but I got a really good offer on that build so it is now gone. Well, after finding the R9 295x2 with PSU for only $400 and getting some pretty good deals at Microcenter, it all turned out well and now I have a full AMD build. I have to say the FX 8320 @ 4.2Ghz doesn't seem to struggle keeping up with the R9 295x2. That is actually as high as I can overclock it for now because the 850W Thermaltake is already pushing 790-800W at full load lol. I tried going up to 4.5Ghz @ 1.4V and upon even trying to the slightest load on the R9 the whole PC restarts. That is going to be my first upgrade.
My second upgrade is going to be switching out the H75 for either an H100i GTX or NZXT Kraken x61. The R9's radiator is actually blowing out the front panel for now because of heat issues when mounting the H75's radiator in the front and using it as an intake. This card reaches its max temp very easily when enclosed in the case with the front panel on. That is why I looked for a way to mount one of the case fans under the R9's intake fan. I can mount the R9's radiator in the back and the larger AIO wouldn't struggle to keep the CPU cool. They don't lie when they say AMD runs hot!
Those are my only issues with the actual build itself. I am actually really happy with how this turned out and it hasn't given me any problems in games now that AMD is getting their act together on driver releases. I even installed Windows 10 Pro.