I used to build PC's back in the 90's for myself/gaming and this is my first with the latest technology. I wanted to build something powerful enough to run Skyrim modded out with everything turned up.
It's setup to add another GTX 780ti after a year or so when prices come down and my system needs a graphics boost.
I'm waiting for the Asus PG278Q ROG Swift Gaming monitor to come out so I can complete this system. It's due out in March.
The case is a SilverStone Temjin Series TJ08B-E Micro-ATX Mini Tower. I removed the spare hard-drive bay and placed my SDD in the bottom and the regular hard-drive right above it inside the bottom drive bay, which can fit 2 HDD. There's about an 1/4 inch between those two and heat won't be an issue. I did this because I wanted better airflow in the case and a little extra room to route my cables into the left side of the case (where there's space to have all those cables tucked away/out of view). For a gaming rig, I don't need 4 hard-drives, just the SSD and a regular one.
The case runs cool an quiet.
3D Mark11 score = P11201
18FEB2014 - I'm now running 50+ Skyrim mods on ultra settings and no problems.