My old PC build was basically 3570K that hated overclocking at all, two 7970's OC in crossfire, 16Gb of Corsair Vengeance, a H100i that had an annoying pump knock, all in a Azza Hurricane 2000R. Went to PS4 for awhile, poor frame rates on Fallout 4 brought me back here.
Overall a lot better performance and more stable that my old build, OC's pretty easy too, temps aren't bad. Overall I had a great time building this thing.
Looking forward to taking on Battlefield 1, and Titanfall 2 with this machine.
Notes. When playing with Overclocking it did not like a Vcore of 1.28, really likes 1.275 though, at 4.5Ghz. Ram is set to 2400. I haven't tried to push it any further than 4.5Ghz, but it reached it with ease and has proven to be stable so in the near future I may push it more.
If I had to do it all again I think I would go for the 6700K though for the price, the 6600K isn't bottle necking me in anything but I believe the 6700K is more future proof.
I know the Reference Radeon Rx480 received a lot of negative attention for going over Pcie specifications, but I'm running it with Compability mode on, a slight under volt with an overclock and its been running great, every game I've thrown at is so far runs everything maxed out at 1080p. WIth Fallout 4 I have it was a vast amount of mods to improve the visuals, and it still stays solid at 60FPS. I've also pushed the card more in some instances and ran some games at 1440 with Amd's virtual super resolution, it did admirably.