Update 04/02/2015: Used a clamp on meter and measured the Computer and Tvs. I ran Furmark and Prime95 at the same time. Set the resolution to 5,760 x 1,080P. Measured ~3.84A and 125V. In my equation I did not calculate for Power Factor.
P = IE P = (3.84)(125) P = 480W
I've taken apart computers and built combo kits. This was my first computer built from Scratch and picked every part. The primary use for this computer is for Gaming and Power User. I've done mild overclocking on CPU and RAM. Unfortunately, the price of the computer is much higher than I'd like, I wish I would have known about this site when I built it to save some money.
One problem I had: I set up RAID 1 through the BIOS. Once updated the Video Drivers through Nvidia Experience it would cause the computer not to boot when RAID was enabled. Any suggestions would be helpful, unfortunately I don't know what Driver revision it was.
Justification for the parts!
i7-4770k: I play a ton of Games, with Monitoring software running in the background. I use the HT for VirtualBox / VMware for Collage.
Hyper 212: Keeps the CPU cool while overclocked. Using Static pressure corsair fans.
Gigabyte G1 Sniper M5: MicroATX for a small form factor. I use the HD Audio sound card that's on the board. I needed the Overclocking ability and the green color makes it go faster. ;)
Samsung 840 Evo: Used for boot drive and programs, I don't have a whole lot of Data I need saved on this computer, if so it goes to HD.
WD Black 1TB: I go the Two drives with a package deal with my CPU. I think it was $100 off.
GTX 780: This computer is used for Gaming, Right? Plus, it's the Green team.
The Keyboard, Mouse, Mouse Pad and Headphones are more personal preference and color matching.
The 3 Monitors in the Parts list isnt the same ones I use, because PCPP didn't have Tv's. I'm using 3 Samsung 32" connected Through DVI - HDMI wires and HDMI - HDMI.
JBL Speaker sounds really good on this Onboard sound card.
Bitfenix Splitters to connected all the fans.
Bitfenix LEDs for Lighting. I've heard really good things about them on Linus Tech Tips. Haven't had a single problem with them.
That pretty much sums up the Build. Again I wish I would have known about this site. Plesase leave a comment on what you like and dislike. Any suggestions would nice.