The motherboard, CPU, and RAM where supposed to be used for my HTPC build. But my current gaming PC died. Before it died I had started making plans for a new build. So I had already bought some parts. Like Nanoxia Deep Silence 6 case, 2 x Sapphire Radeon R9 280 3Gb Dual-X GPU's, and a XSPC Raystorm AX360 DIY water cooling kit. Plus few extra things here and there. Well anyways, the old gaming PC died, so I had to improvise. And it was born.
Extra's: 5 x 140mm Nanoxia Silent PWM Fans 3 x 120mm Lian Li Blue LED Fans
Pro's: Massive room for cable management and airflow Nanoxia case is amazing, and provides incredible room for future MOD's Sapphire Radeon R9 280 3Gb Dual-X GPU is awesome, caught it on sale and it performs amazing AMD A8 5600k is a beast for an APU, it multi-tasks like crazy
Con's: MSI A78M-E35 Micro ATX, great for HTPC, not for gaming. The SATA 3 ports are facing upwards, if your GPU is long half the SATA 3 ports are under the GPU, leaving only three usable. The PCI slots are way to close together. If you use a dual slot GPU you can not use the other slots. AMD A8 5600k stock cooler sucks. Not even good for light gaming.