First, I'd like to say thanks to the community for giving me information, as well as a base to lean on for support.
Now into the build. This is not an extreme gaming computer. Nothing is overclocked, nothing is special. This is my first build, and it was more difficult than expected.
The FX-6300 works for me, but given the option, I would have definitely gotten an 8350. A warning: This CPU advertises 6 cores, but in reality, it only has 3, with six logical cores.
Motherboard was cheap, and has 2 USB3.0 ports.
RAM is RAM. Had to go with DDR3, and there were no 16gb kits at the time that weren't ridiculously priced. Might upgrade in future.
The SSD/HDD combo works well, but it's a bit confusing when you start, and 120gb is barely enough space, so go with a 240gb if you can. Trust me.
This RX 480 is the biggest card I have ever seen, and I had a heck of a time getting it in an ATX Mid case. It works, it's just big. I had to compromise a little bit for free shipping. You might understand.
Power supply is subpar, but it works.
The Thermaltake keyboard is OK, but it's membrane, not mechanical, and the keys are a bit squished. Software is difficult to handle, but hey! Macro keys! I can now type the shrug emoji and the TM Symbol™ whenever I want!
Fan controller is a BitFenix Recon.
Leave comments and suggestions, please!
OK processor, but it only has 3 cores. There are six "logical" cores.
It works well enough.
Get 240gb instead. Works really well, though!
The BIGGEST CARD I have EVER seen. Do not build in ATX Mid with this behemoth.
Looks nice, and comes with an acceptable case fan!
Occasionally cuts out, but it's nothing important.
Wireless Network Adapter
THE INTERNET WORKS
Good, but not great. Membrane keyboard, and squished-in keys.