Bit-Eater is an upgraded HP computer.
I started off by changing the case to an Antec Nine Hundred Twelve so I could use an AIO liquid cooling solution.
After I decided that my GPU was under powered for my use, I purchased a GTX 770 by MSI with a Corsair RM850.
Sadly, the HP motherboard didn't recognize the GTX 770 and failed to boot.
So the only option was buying another motherboard, it came down on the ASRock Z77 Extreme4 to run my computer for the next years.
Other upgrades in this system
Corsair SP120 PWM fan for the radiator.
Corsair AF120's in the front, connected to a fan controller.
A car headlight led strip I soldered to a molex connector for lighting.
Usage of the computer
Mostly for Gaming: it runs 1080p games on Ultra very well.
Rendering of Gaming Videos: the rendering goes extremely well with Adobe Premiere using all CUDAS and full CPU utilization.
Stuff like Word and Notepad++ for scripting etc...
Min FPS: 8.5
Max FPS: 141.9
Resolution: 1920x1080 2xAA fullscreen
The fans run at around 900 RPM and are very silent.
The computer gets shutdown every evening.
This was my first build.