I use this machine for professional video/photo editing and casual gaming. Editing is a breeze with the 780 Ti's 2,880 CUDA cores for Premiere CC. The 32GB of RAM is useful for After Effects as well, esp. for RAM Preview. AE still eats up RAM like no other. I am planning at some point to upgrade to 64GB.
Also very glad I got the 4TB WD Black hard drive for storage. It's a great central location to store all my games/footage/photos. I also have a 960GB SSD as a scratch disk only used for video editing on current projects.
I did run into issues with Corsair Link as it's not fully compatible with Windows 8.1 yet, so I don't have any control over my radiator & PSU fans unfortunately. Tried the registry editor trick, but yielded no results for me.
I really, really like my case. My only gripe is that there wasn't much support from the manual and posed problems figuring out where to mount the standoffs for the motherboard. Other than that it's a great, minimal case.