So, let me start by noting that I really, really, REALLY, like to build computers. I built my first computer by myself a couple of years ago, and have been hooked ever since. I have built / helped build countless (not kidding, I have actually lost count at this point) computers. Because of that experience, and for the fact that I had a fair-paying job at the time, I finally put together Ttammy.
I had never really given much thought about updating, so I decided that for my 21st birthday (which was in January) I would get myself a new case, and I bought the Corsair Carbide 88R. It looked like a fine case to me, and for the price of $50, who could say no? (I made a completed build post, but it's not that good, so I won't include it)
Long story short, I did not like the Carbide 88R. So, only a matter of a couple of hours ago, I cleaned up and transferred my parts back into Ttammy's Thermaltake Core V21 chassis with a few deviations from the original build.
Build change highlights:
Different fan / CPU cooler placement
Swapped panels around
Managed the cables much better than the first time around (they may not look like they're better managed, but believe me, they are)
Hopefully you like my build as much as I do. Not to toot my own horn, but I'd be lying if I said I don't feel a bit of pride for myself after putting this build together.
Cheers to everyone, and good night / morning (it's about 2:40 AM right now)
2016 Edit: No, I do not plan to upgrade to a 1080/1070 (or whatever comes after)