A friend wanted to upgrade his PC so we did. We took the CPU RAM and hard drive. Everything else is new. I have always wanted to use the Aerocool case in a build and I got to now. Part reviews coming later
Really amazing cooler, to be expected from noctua The bearings are really really good on the fan and it's got a low profile. The low profile wasn't needed for this build but we both wanted to see how well Noctua fans really perform.
Colors look good, but there's only 2 fan headers (common complaint about most Asrock boards).
Card runs quiet and peforms well. We got it at Micro Center for $300. It's a bit taller than some graphics cards which means we had some clearance issues during our build.
Case looks good. White portion is plastic in case any one cares about that. It isn't the easiest case to build inside of, but to well versed PC builders the case is just fine. We had to remove the top panel and front panel in order to get the graphics card installed and plugged in (we had to remove the front panel connector wires and 5.25" bay but we put them back after the GPU was connected).
EVGA makes really solid power supplies that don't contribute much to noise. Really solid, plenty of cabling options.