I've only owned two pc's. The first was a hand-me-down Core2 Quad with Gtx 260 sli build from from my dad and the other was this one. The first build was named Intelmunsta hence the name. I build this machine over springbreak during my senior year of high school, but I only had the cpu , Team elite ram, mobo, a Swiftech h140x, and the case. I couldn't post with the team elite ram so I bought the crucial ram and overnight shipped it. Then I could post and I updated my bios and then both sticks of ram were then recognized. I didn't get the 980 ti, the power supply, monitor, or 5tb hdd until later. I had some old monitors(3 1280x1024 and 1 1080p 24 inch) and hard drives from external housings and older computers from my grandmothers old pentium office pcs that i used in the meantime. Both the case and power supply I bought used on ebay because I figured they were of relatively equal value used or new. I got the 980 ti after the fury x came out because of the vram difference. Even though the h140x gave me good temperatures at 4.2 GHz I bought the antec AIO cooler because liquid was steadily disappearing from the h140x reservoir. However, I would not recommend it; I got up to 85 degrees celsius on stock while playing Batman: Arkham Knight (so not even 100% under load) and have under clocked it since. Also it has a loud inconsistent hum to it that I've had to drown out with the case fans. The monitor is okay but it isn't mountable and the stand kind of sucks and I definitely paid to much for it. Other than that, I like the build despite my poor cable management.
Nice CPU. Be aware of the 28 pcie lanes though.