Another one of my builds with used parts found online and on craigslist/locally.
The NZXT Source is still a very nice case with a reasonable amount of room for cable management. it looks nice and clean.
The first CPU cooler I used was pulled from a pre-built ASUS system. It was basically a smaller, even cheaper version of Intel's stock cooler. The 6400 was nearing 80C under load, which was not good enough for me. took a chance on a cheaper Thermaltake cooler, and I'm very impressed. Temps are now down to 50-60C under load.
Also got a great deal on a sammy 120GB SSD. Works great.
Took a chance on this one, and not it's going to be my go-to budget cooler. Works much better than the stock Intel. Pretty quiet, too!
Wackiest motherboard I've ever used. POST time is a little long and the splash screens don't work very well with the Windows loading icon booting with UEFI (but that's just me being picky.)
Also the BIOS is just very clunky in general. took me forever to find anything.
The one thing I do like is the physical power and reset buttons on the motherboard. Not many boards in this price range have that.
Fast card, great temps, nice backplate.
Great budget case, especially if you find used.