Hey guys so i finally updated this post with reasoning for my HIGHLY CONTRIVERSIAL decisions.
So quick TL;DR i like white builds but red and black was cheaper so i compromised, also i got a good deal on the contriversial parts trust me.
The color scheme was orginally going to be an all-whiteout, however that became to expensive so i had to shift to more red and especially black parts. this is evident by the motherboard and ram in the computer, as well as the peripherials, among other things.
Now for the part you've all been waiting for-- WHY TF DID YOU GET AN I3, AND THE 7350K OF ALL OF THEM???!!! WHY DID YOU GO WITH NOT JUST ONE "3.5GB" 970, BUT 2 IN SLI?!?! ( I have two now) Okay let me state my reasoning behind these decisions. First, The 7350K IS NOT a bad performer by any means, just it is a better option at its MSRP of $180USD to purchase the I5 7500 (or whatever processor you believe is worthy of the under 200$ crown atm) for $2 less and get a cheaper mobo to boot. But-- at the price I payed of $120-- it is outstanding and completely wipes out any CPUs in that price catergory, and this is also because of the crash in prices of z170/270 boards. However, I am also aware that this processor, even at 5GHz, bottlenecks my graphics solution, so I will be upgrading in the near future. Next is the graphics cards. I made this build in the height of the crypto-mining fad, so no 10-series Nvidia cards are applicable. This is also why the ram is double the price it should be as there was a staged ram shortage in 2017. The cards look great and due to there blower style fans, work great in mATX SLI and even perform better than some 1070Ti. The case looks gorgeous but is strongly not recommended for beginners as it such a hard case to build in. Other than that everything else is recommended! This gaming and school work setup works great for me, looks outstanding, and was really fun, so stay tuned for more posts in the future. I am happy to answer any and all comments and have a great day!