Before you ask why I would spend around $800-850 dollars on a pc, it is just for a video. I'm not actually buying the parts. (Though I wish I could build it; as I never got to before)
I'm making guides on buying PC parts; and presets on different budgets. Keep in mind that items like monitors, mice, keyboards, speakers etc. will be in a different guide/preset list; this is just the actual pc.
Name : Thermaltake Versa N21 Window Mid-Tower Chassis Case CA-1D9-00M1WN-00
Cost : 59.48
Why I choose it: Has sleek black look; Window; keeps usb(s) on top (I believe) for less accidents
Name: AMD FD8320FRHKBOX FX-8320 FX-Series 8-Core Black Edition Processor
Why I choose it: Has 8 cores which will be useful for the future, can be overclocked to 4.0 ghz for more work
Name : Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) CL9 @1.5V UDIMM 240-Pin Memory BLS2K4G3D169DS1J
Why I choose it: 8 gbs of ram for 38 is really cheap. Furthermore it is clocked at 1600 which is good for DDR3 gaming.
Name: MSI Computer NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GAMING 4G 4GB 256-Bit GDDR5 Graphics Card
Why I chose it: The GTX is a well known card, and is powerful; just what I need for intense games and shaders.
Name: Thermaltake TOUGHPOWER 1200W 80 PLUS GOLD Full Modular Power Supply PS-TPD-1200MPCGUS-1
Why I chose it: You can buy the 1k watt PSU for $30 more. Great deal. The CPU takes 125 watts; the GPU recommends 850+ PSU, and the power is great for extreme overclocking (though not something I recommend)
Hard drive and optical disk drive:
What do you recommend I tweak?
Stays under the 900 budget
Is compatible with other parts
Do not sacrifice a component for a different component (example removing odd for better hdd)
Is useful for the next 3-4 years.
You must explain the benefits of replacing the object.
Is not from an unknown brand in the middle of nowhere
Warranty for breaking the object (Let's pretend the user has no experience with computer building and is a first-timer)
Is from a well known website (preferably amazon but newegg will do well too) Does not need to come with all the whistles and bells (but it can if you think they are useful)
If you suggest (example) DDR4; then you also need to give a requirement for the things that use DDR4 (MB, RAM, ECT.)
The case must have upgrade space (though I really like the case and don't see a better option right know)
Also, If you could come up with a name for the build then +1. No bloody names like Ripjaw but rather original like borinator (Austin Evans And Linus Tech Tips)
I recommend the MSI SLI KRAIT as it supports 32 gigabytes of ram. It supports windows 10 and has an install manual. It supports your CPU so you do not have to worry about that. [Add more details however]