Where do I begin?
I originally built this rig about a year ago, and have made gradual changes to it since then. As it is now, I don't see myself doing anything else to this thing outside of a full custom liquid cooling loop. Now that I'm in college, I have to manage my money a bit better, so that custom loop won't happen for quite a while.
Anyway, the main purpose of this rig is gaming. I wanted to build something small enough to transport relatively easily but still give off a custom PC vibe close to what you get from those crazy full tower builds.
This rig kicks serious butt when it comes to games, ramping up the video settings to Very High/Ultra on basically every title. I actually increased the refresh rate of my monitor to 84Hz, so it's nice to have above 60 FPS on an IPS monitor.
The only thing I can possibly complain about when it comes to the parts is the screw holes on the Luna series fans. If you mess up the fan configuration, or want to move the fan to a different spot, you've only got a few chances before the entire screw hole gets stripped out. You could say the same about most other fans, but because the Luna series uses a rubber material on the corners of the frame, the screw holes are very susceptible to being stripped. Outside of that, all of the other parts are quality and perform exceptionally.
There isn't much else I can think of to comment on... I suppose my CPU clock speed is noteworthy. It used to be at 4.7Ghz, but I live in an apartment where electricity is included to a certain amount. I'd rather not go over that amount, so I lowered the clock speed down to 4.4GHz on stock voltage. I know that it really doesn't change a whole lot, but every little saving counts.
Well, that's about all I've got to say. If you've got any questions, or want me to elaborate on something I mentioned, please feel free to ask.
Edit: Before anyone asks, I took these pictures at my friend's apartment, so all the stuff on the table is from like 3 other people. Also, for the sake of comparison, here is a link to my first build.
July of 2016 Edit: I do not plan on upgrading to a GTX 1080/1070 (or anything else that comes in this generation). I play games at 2560x1440, so in my opinion, there's no good reason to upgrade.