Can anyone do a $450-700 USD build? Trying to switch from console

Disclaimer:I am a total noob to this, I have been on console forever.

Budget: $500-$650 (If needed, I am willing to pay borderline $700.)
Location: North America - please use USD.
Peripherals: Not Needed, I already have an idea on what I want.
Needs: I would like to be able to build a sizable Steam library.
Overclocking: I am clueless.
Cooling: I hear water cooling is quite high-maintenance, so I would prefer just regular air cooling.
Operating System: Already know where to get Windows 8.1

FPS: 45-60 (as consistent as can be)
Resolution: My monitor (Asus VN274h-p) is at 1920x1080 - but I am willing to buy another monitor (budget not included to PC) recommendations would be nice.
Games: Hearthstone, LoL, and Minecraft
Specific games: CS:GO must be able to run at its best possible settings. That is mostly what this rig will be running.

Photoshop CS6

Thank you in advance, you all are great and I would really like to be apart of the wonderful "Master Race" community. - i5, 8gb ram, r9 280, 2tb hdd, 250gb ssd, excellent psu, basic case. (minus the ssd if you want to save some cash ~ you can easily grab one later on and migrate the os)

FX-6300 CPU ~ $80
Asus M5A97 ~ $70
Corsair CX750 PSU ~ $75
Samsung 850 Evo 120gb ~ $60
WD 1TB Blue 7200~ $55
SAPPHIRE R9 290 - $180
G.skill DDR1600MHZ - $50
Case - $50

Total : $620

Thank you, I'll see what I can find on PCPartPicker.

It's a great site. Keep in mind that anecdotal evidence is one thing, actual studies of the failure rate of a component is another thing. Personally I always choose Asus Motherboards, for that reason. Western Digital for HDD's, same reason.

Less than what you wanted. Add more CPU power and GPU as needed, also SSDs and stuff. It should keep you in the FPS range (about 100 FPS in CS:GO) that you wanted, with some room to spare, a more powerful CPU should be able to bump you up more.

So, I edited the parts list and put in the Samsung SSD everyone is mentioning.
For an updated CPU, what AMD or Intel i5 would you recommend to keep it under $550? Because that seems like a price i can get for everything you picked out.

860K with a 370 should be fine for ya

Although, there's some rather cheap 1440p korean monitors under 200 if you wanted to upgrade that and settle with a $450 budget PC.

Personally the G3258 might do fine for now, but will get a little bit underpowered unless you OC. I'm doing a G3258 build right now, so it might be intresting.

If CS:GO is your main focus, I don't recommend an AMD cpu, even with the FX-8320, I still have some trouble keeping up framerates with bots (which I use to benchmark). An Intel CPU always does better.

How does this look? I even put in a 120GB SSD card and with that CM Hyper 212 EVO cpu cooler.
Even though it is ~$100 more. Otherwise, I may just look around for the recommended builds on the site.

Im building 3 console killers right as we speak for my friends. I can give you the build logs if you want. They range from 450-550$

Ryan's PC: Athlon 860K, Gigabyte GA-F2A88XM wifi fm2+ ITX, 8gb(2x4) ddr3 1600mhz ram, WD blue 1tb, Used r9 270x, Silverstone Sugo, corsair CX 500w.- 470$ (the console killer)

Mikes PC: Athlon 860K, Gigabyte GA-F2A88XM micro atx, 8gb(2x4) ddr3 1600mhz,WD blue 1tb, Used r9 270(most likely),Cooler master n200,Corsair CX 500- 420$roughly (Babby's first pc)

TJ's PC: Athlon 860K, Gibabyte GA-F2A88XM Micro ATX, 8gb(2x4) DDR3 1600mhz,WB blue 1tb, used r9 270x, Fractal design mini r2-510$+shippings (the irresponsible spender)

I'm using a 750k with a 7850 and it's well past 120fps in CS:GO

Appreciate it. All 3 look great, I will have to check them out

I really liked this build:

Are you being serious you have trouble keeping up framerates in cs go ?

In general it's not an intensive game on the hardware and it should handle it fine. The FX parts will give you a decent advantage in something like photoshop as well, when your on a low budget.

If it were me I would get an FX 6300 and an R9 380.

This is my first PC build. I just want something that runs it well.

Just copy mine and ask around for a used gpu like I mentioned. That's going to be the best bang for the buck for what you need. For the least amount of money. I wouldn't buy a new gpu until you really get up there. You can find used r9 290x's plentifully and thats a powerful god damn card. Also CSGO is designed to be a really easily run game. To make it fair I guess. But for new games like fallout 4 a used r9 270(x) or 600 series will do you well.

Umm, yes I am. Running the AI for some reason does not like the 8320, but loves the i7-4700MQ in my laptop. And by "trouble", my definition is probably different than others, I prefer to have near zero fluctuation in framerate, so I cap it at the best setting I can get a rig to run without losing any frames, ever. Minus the smokes that GPUs eventually hate.