This is my $1500 Gaming PC. My price limit (obviously) was $1500. I already had a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and headset so that took around 400 dollars off the price which left me some room to build. I have always wanted the Azza Genesis 9000 Case just because of how big it is and it's unique reverse atx design. I love doing things different and it stood out to me. Now, because the case was black and red I decided to make the color scheme to match. Luckily, there are many black/red color schemed hardware pieces out there. I built this PC for gaming but I use it for everything from Word (school) to Photoshop (drawing tablet...etc). When I have the motherboard in STANDARD mode I can run BF3 on Ultra settings (1920x1080p monitor 60 Hz) with 80-200 FPS. With the Phanteks cooler I am running at around 55 degrees Celsius under full load. When the MoBo is OC (CPU at 4.2 and Mem at 1866) the temperature rises to 62 degrees celsius and under. It runs like a champ and is insanely fast on boot up using the SSD. I only run Windows 7 and BF3 (with all map packs) on the SSD. Every other game I put on my 2TB Hardrive. I don't have a picture of the computer insides all organized and tied together yet because I didn't have my Red velcro ties in when I took the above pictures. I haven't had any problems yet with any part of the computer and the case is just beautiful. It works very well and the air flow is great. If you guys have any questions you can comment on this post or email me at "firstname.lastname@example.org." I will be open to any comments, suggestions, or questions. I could write so much more but I feel this post would be to cumbersome to read. Thanks! (FYI: In the picture above with the case open I didn't do the wiring organization yet. You see a velcro band on the fan wires but that was temporary - will get more pics up soon.)
UPDATE: I switched out cases because I wanted to do a Steampunk build with my Azza case. I now have the Corsair 750D which is one of the CLEANEST looking cases out there.