Built with gaming in mind.
Built and Edited with help from Elitesoulman.
CPU: Works fine for my purposes. I haven't had any problems.
CPU Cooler: Looks awesome, was a pain in the *** to install, I recommend you ask for some help with its installation for the first time, the metal brackets have a heavy resistance on the first install. (Ed. Note: Huge pain in the ***, bring a friend. Looks great though.)
Motherboard: Again no problems. The bios is easy to use, wire management wasn't a headache as in my previous system.
Storage: I had a bit of a hiccup when cloning my OS over to the SSD from the HDD but all works as it should.
Video Cards: A bit long for the motherboard, if i didn't have right angle SATA lines i wouldn't have been able to hook up my drives properly as the 2nd card overlaps the top 2-4 slots. Being new to crossfire i'm still getting used to its "rules" or "limitations". (The problems im experiencing could be driver related.) They are clocked great out of the gate, but have a slight heat problem out of the box, they tend to run a little hot too fast for the fans to catch up. Manually setting fan speeds off the bat will help this, just make sure you set the "overdrive" down closer to the factory start, or you will over heat in 5 mins if you don't run the fans at 100%.
Case: Awesome case, I love the looks and handles on the top, since i'm mobile it helps a lot with the total weight being around 35 lbs. Air flow is easy to manage without much deconstruction if any to fit my 9 fans. (Ed. Note: Great looking case with more mods to come.)
Power Supply: I haven't had any power problems to date, the only dislike I have is the way the wires are wrapped up, it adds a lot of bulk and takes away from the wire's ability to bend where i need them to.
Fans: I used the 2 different sized LED fans to make the light shine where i wanted without them showing through the intake and exhaust cages. One of the cheaper plain black fans i bought failed on me within 24hours after I installed the fan controler, i replaced the downed fan with one of the bigger LED fans and removed the special LED wire so they don't light up the top exhaust cage. (Ed. Note: LEDs Look better in person I'm just not that great a photographer.)
Fan Controller: I don't like how it didn't come with a driver program or that i can't check the temp through software when I don't have a internet connection. Its not very intuitive and doesn't come with a installation guide for new users, it seems to also be absent on the suggested web site they send you to as well. But other than that it was a great help to troubleshoot the GPU heating problem and air flow. (Ed. Note: Looks great with the case too.)
The case will also be getting a custom window courtesy of MNPC Tech and engraved with a logo of Elitesoulman's design.
Wireless Network Adapter
Chip in wireless card stops update from Windows 8 to 8.1. Odd issue but still was pretty bad.