The story behind the name is there was a thunderstorm when I built this, and it has blue LED fans. I enjoyed doing this build a lot, I received a lot of help from /r/ buildapc, TekSyndicates website, TomsHardWare forums, and some help from a worker and Microcenter. I bought all of the parts overtime and was extremely nervous a part may not work, I'm 15 and I didn't want to have a warranty out of date then replace the part, it's hard to get money at my age. The case really isn't good, you get almost no cable management space and it isn't very quiet. Windows 8 isn't as bad as they say, my bootup time is about 10 seconds and you don't have to use the smartphone tiles (although you get used to them and I'm starting to like it) I get much better frame rates in games as well. The monitor is AMAZING it has about a 1/2 inch bezel and is very sleek looking, it's my most recommended part on this part list. Issues I ran into: 1. The right side panel on my case is extremely difficult to remove, I needed my brothers help and we ended up damaging it. 2. I had difficulties installing the CPU cooler and I thought I may have broken my board, luckily I didn't 3. The fan headers are in awkward places after everything is installed on the board. 4. Should have gone with a modular PSU 5. I plugged it into a dead outlet so I ended up taking the build apart 3 times then I changed the outlet and felt stupid. 6. And finally the Graphics Card was blocking the sata port on my HDD so I had to remove the graphics card and put the sata cable at an odd angle.
I've had this build running for about 2 weeks now and haven't had any problems, I'm enjoying the PC gaming world and have been playing Crysis 3 on Ultra with nearly no lag and Bioshock Infinite at Ultra with NO lag. Sorry for the bad pictures I'm not a professional. And sorry for them being so small heres my imgur album http://imgur.com/a/g5zSv#6