I ended up getting a deal on an old "High end" Amd build from ~2007- 2008 that had a phenom x4 9850 and a hd 6850 1gb saphire card (and 12gb of ddr2, but only 8gb was recognized by the system) for a dollar, and I had a friend who wanted to build a gaming pc for as cheap as possible.
So, for 55 dollars and a box of chocolate (which was a trade for the hdd) I ended up picking up a Phenom II x6 1035T on Aliexpress for 20 bucks, and an r9 285 for about 35 dollars on a bid. Overall, I got really good price performance, and I am fairly certain I got a golden sample for the 1035T as with a 270 fsb and amd turbo boost I was in the 99th percentile on the Userbenchmark database.
For those who are curious: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/16412461
Ended up getting a "refurbished" 1035T off of aliexpress for 20 dollars, and I am fairly certain it was a golden sample, as it was in the 99th percentile of all 1035T's on UserBenchmark. At 1.4v it was able to hit 3.87ghz stable
Somehow keeps the overclocked 125w AMD processor at 1.4v suprisingly cool at ~79c load
Pcpartpicker.com doesnt have the specific Kingston Hyper-X that is in the system, bit it performs excellently at above 1033mhz with an fsb overclock at stock voltage and latencies.
Decent little gpu I picked up cheap used.
As a case from 2008, this has features I wish I could have on modern cases, but lacks any real form of cable management.
Perfectly suplied power for an overclocked 125w cpu and a 190w gpu