Gaming, software dev and Folding@Home (http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&username=makosblade).
Silverstone's slim raven 02 is awesome. It ended up being way easier to work in the case than I expected.
Unfortunately the CPU fan is about 5mm too tall for the case so I'm running it open at the moment. PCPartPicker didn't report a compatibility error because the height listing posted is for the heatsink alone. I should have double-checked this but c'est la vie. I was thinking of doing an AIO water cooler for the CPU anyway if there's something small enough.
There was some insane coil whine with my GTX1080 so I RMA'd it and it's better with this replacement card. There's still some present so I/an electronics friend think it could be silverstone's riser card causing some of it.
4.2ghz powerhouse. This thing is awesome and runs pretty cool too.
The colossal fan keeps the noise down making my current build almost silent even under heavy load. Installation can be a bit tricky and installing the fan to the heatsink is actually quite a pain.
Pretty solid hardware so far though rumors abound about their quality control so maybe I just got lucky. Their software isn't polished at all but does seem to work pretty well.
XMP 2.0 profile didn't work out of the box so I clocked it to DDR4-2633 15-15-15-36 stable (instead of DDR4-2133 13-15-15-28). Haven't tried getting any of those latencies down yet.
Definitely the fastest windows installation I've ever experienced. Boot up times skyrocketed when I started using this as my OS drive.
Just an amazing card. I think the only limitation I've found so far is running Dark Souls 3 at 6k resolution can only run in 30fps. The game is perfectly playable. Memory easily clocks up to 5400 MHz.
Way easier to work in than you think! It's nice and slim but I do wish it had at least one place to mount an internal fan (wanted to do some AIO water cooling if possible). Some more cuts in the top cover would also be preferred to give the graphics card more surface area to push heat out of.
Modular, smaller than a regular ATX, and fanless operation until it's under load: how could I go wrong? I don't think I've ever heard the fan turn on, though I doubt that I would since 700W is a pretty high ceiling.