It isn't a bad computer... it just isn't a enthusiast computer and will likely not have the upgradability for longevity. A locked cpu for less OCing headroom. Who-knows-what motherboard, lower end ram, medium sized PSU that may be off brand (ie poor quaility power that won't last the life of the computer) and not have PCI-E plugs for an additional GPU, midrange GPU. No monitor. No SSD. Big negatives for the money spent.
It's definately better than a run-of-the-mill computer that you can buy from a non-boutique maker... though it's kind of on the expensive side for a non-boutique computer. I spent a little more than 1/2 that for an LGA 2011 mobo, ram, CPU, cooler... and reused a case... PSU... HDD... SSD... and GPU from an old build. Had I had to purchase all of that... I *might* have been in and around 1400 +/- 100. Could have also gone LGA 1155 (what you have) and shave another 50-100 off overall.
For similar money, you could have bought more computer had you bought the parts and assembled yourself and probably had the money to spare for a monitor. In picking your parts, you could have tightened up all the above the weaknesses listed above. They will be telling in a couple years. It's done. It's still decent though. You may/may not be able to get a little more out of your CPU, based on your mobo and you can always swap out your GPU if it's an issue. Enjoy. If you ever want to build a rig... get advice on here. People are always willing to give advice and build you a shopping cart... regardless of budget... and tailor it to your wants/needs.