Uses- Heavy Gaming, video editing, photo shopping. Its my primary computer and it runs amazingly.
i7 5960x - It's an absolute beast. Its amazing at multitasking obviously, and its so easy to overclock. Just crank up the voltage to 1.4 - 1.5 and it will be steady at 4.6 ghz
48gb of ram- I originally only had 16gb of ram for a really long time and I always ended up with only a a gig or two of ram left so I was left with the only choice of upgrading. I grabbed another pair of 32gb Crucial Ballistix and am usually left with around 8-9 gb left. My workload seems to be always increasing so keep in mind that I might use it in the future.
4x Samsung 850 Evo series 250gb - These SSD's contain my primary/favorite games like GTA, Just Cause, BO3, BO2, Crysis 3, etc. Its setup as a Raid 1 array so its only recognized as one drive.
Samsung 950 Pro - I got this drive recently and it has to be the fastest PCI-E SSD out there. My read and right is around 2.5 gigabytes not gigabits a second.
The bunch of hard drives- These contain my pictures, documents and data, I did not buy these, I took them out of older computers and just put them in. 2 of them are from 2006 and the 3tb is from 2011 as I did not anitcipate to find two other drives. The 3tb was used before in my old rig.
The good stuff... GPU's - The two 980 Ti's are beast to top off the rig. Its overclocked to 1300 megahertz and both go at 99% when gaming in 4K. Keep in mind, I have a secondary 1440p monitor.
The 760T - This is my favorite case of all. The doors are amazing, the interior is huge and I don't have difficulty fitting my hands in there and working it. I have had a Cooler Master HAF 912, a corsair Carbide 540, and some other cheaper cases, and this one was the easiest to have dealt with.
The DVD drives - don't bash me for buying dvd drives. I found these in my parents old computer that they weren't using along with the hard drives and just took them. One of the was a light scribe and the other was a blu-ray (lucky me)
TX 850 PSU - This PSU has been great so far. I'm cutting it close with the power my system draws and the PSU maximum, however it still runs!
Oh the cooling! - This was kind of a challenge for me as it was my first custom loop, however I got it done! I'm using 1/2 in inner diameter tubing and pumping a lot of water through. The PT-60S pump/reservoir combo is a gigantic 600ml resovior able to pump out a whopping 858 L/h only sad thing is, I thought it would be a little bit smaller so it can fit in my case. ITs sitting on the outside hanging from a wall. It's relatively quiet and good for the price. The Apogee XL is amazing in my opinion. Its gigantic size and beautiful aesthetics drew me in and I had to get it. The XSPC water blocks are, water blocks! nothing more than I expected, they light up which is great and its pretty good in cooling. I used some IC Diamond instead of the thermal paste it came with and my temps are pretty good.