I use this PC for work (graphic design), gaming, and general purpose.
(More pictures to come soon)
EDIT TO ADD: So after everyone has requested more description...
This was my first DIY PC build. I was kind of nervous because I didn't want to spend that much money, then end up having problems that I may (or may not) be able to fix myself. I wasn't sure how easy or difficult it would be to get the system up and running without a great deal of tech know-how. However, I did my homework, researched my part selection extensively, and took my time putting it together. In the end, I have to say I am SUPER happy with the results because (A) I learned a lot during the process and (B) I got exactly what I wanted without any compromises. This system is all mine, and I feel a great sense of satisfaction having done it myself.
Originally, I was thinking about building a system around the i7-4790k. But because this system is also for work, as well as for play, I decided to go with the x99 and opted for a 6-core processor instead. I also liked the idea that my system would be much better future-proofed going the x99 route.
Putting the system together, was a lot of fun and building inside the 760T was so EASY. With that much room how could you go wrong? I picked the case primarily for the aesthetics, but I was also attracted to the stealth optical bay (because I still use a dvd burner for work) and the fact that I could do a push/pull configuration with an H110. Talk about easy... imagine my delight when the system booted up and posted to BIOs on my very first attempt to turn it on! Haha! I was like a little kid on Christmas morning again.
Speaking of the H110, it works really well, however one of the included fans keeps rattling. So I contacted Corsair and they have shipped me a new one. They were really easy to work with. This is apparently a common problem... so just be aware if you decide to go that route as well. But if that had to be my one problem while building this system... well... it was a pretty easy one to deal with. When the replacement fan arrives and I open the case up to swap the fans, I will take some more pictures. Sorry, I forgot to do it before, but in my excitement to get the system hooked up and running at my desk, I completely forgot. So expect more pictures in a day or two. :)
I LOVE the Asus Fan Xpert software that comes with the x-99, it was so easy to set up and configure to my needs. All the other extras, like Turbo Lan and the WiFi Go are nice too... but IMO the Fan Xpert software is the shining star. The only hiccup I ran into was that it doesn't seem to recognize my fan on the CPU_OPT header. I'm using all six fan headers on the motherboard PLUS the three additional extensions with the included fan extension hub. So I've ordered a splitter cable and will re-route the fan that is on the CPU_OPT header to somewhere else.
There is not too much to say about the DDR4 ram! It is fast! I can't believe how quickly my applications open up. It was super easy to use... just popped them in and they worked flawlessly.
As for the hard drives... I have one SSD for my operating system and one for all my applications. The two mechanical drives are for data storage and backup.
In hind sight, I think I would have preferred a fully modular power supply instead of the semi modular HX750. However I think the HX750 was a fantastic deal. Works great and looks great in the system too.
And finally, the operating system... I'm not a fan of the windows 8.0/8.1 environments. But with Windows 10 around the corner and the rumor mill saying that 8.1 owners will be able to upgrade for free... it didn't make sense to buy another copy of Windows 7. But I guess we will see if that pans out or not... either way, I'll be upgrading to Windows 10 as soon as possible.
I guess that raps it up! If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment.