Of course I know that all this was unnecessary, in fact I was planning on buying a 980ti and custom water-cooling the system in the future until I realized the amount of money it would cost me to custom water-cool. I worked all of summer 2015 to afford this system and I loved putting it together(I was even sad to be done with the process). I would love some feedback, however, realize that I am most likely not in the market for upgrades at the moment and will eventually be either taking a few parts out and making a new system entirely with a totally new color scheme and hopefully custom water-cooled(a sort of "no compromises" system). Keep in mind this was my first build (I was 16, and am 17 at the time of writing this) as you critique the system even though I am eager to receive feedback for future projects. If you have any questions about the build or the parts and their reliability, I will try to answer them in the comments, but I feel that I can answer basically that they all work well so far and I have had no unexpected problems. For those of you interested Project Dark Matter was named this because I was originally hoping to put black lights in the system and use white tubing for water-cooling that would glow. Another reason for the name was our fairly new knowledge of dark matter and my totally new love for building computers. I will stop rambling though and just say that it is great to be a part of the PC Master Race now and this has been a life-changing experience for me. Hopefully you enjoy Project Dark Matter as much as I have!
Note: I will try to run tests on the system in the future for temps and scores, however, I may not get the chance with school and the fact that the computer is at my Dad's house as the power draw was to much for my Mom's house.