I built this machine for Gaming/3D Maya work. Originally it started with one GTX 770 back in may, but this month I threw in another one when I decided to upgrade to a "4K" QHD Monitor. Also threw in two more SSD's when they were dirt cheap on Black Friday, I intend to put them in RAID 0 when I get the SATA cables for them later this month. Maya works flawlessly, although it could use more CPU power for rendering, and the interface only uses one of the GTX 770 cards....
Regardless, it works as a 4K gaming rig (BioShock Infinite 4K at High Settings near 60FPS), eventually I might toss on a better CPU, but I have overclocked this to 4.6Ghz (using one of the built in presets in UEFI), although I did have it at 5Ghz for a while, but occasionally it crashed and I didn't want to bother for the extra 0.4Ghz, plus, adding the 770 puts me dangerously close to not having enough power.
More pictures coming when I get around to it. (Just bored @ work, lol) Let me know what you think, and what upgrades you recommend. Again, I want to make this a better 4K gaming rig that also has the render power to churn out decent FHD renders. I'll use the render farm at my work to do a final product, but I need a good working and previewing machine for home. That's part of why I chose the 2011 socket, because it has all the XEON processors for mad rendering, and I knew I would have money to upgrade in the future, just didn't know this early, lol.
Almost forgot, for the green glow I put in two BitFenix Alchemy led strips (30 CM) they're really bright as you can see, I highly recommend them, but I would only get one to light up your build.
P.S. The 1080P monitor isn't what I actually have, but I couldn't find the exact one that I have from like 6 years ago. The CD drive isn't the same one either, but who gives a crap? I unplugged it to add one of the SSDs, lol.