Named her that for the upcoming new COD game Ghost and that its a secret build between me and my son that the wife didn't know till the day we decided to build it. It took me about 2 months of research plus a month and a half to acquire all the components then stashed it in my sons closet until it was time to actually build it. The Wife had a fit when she saw the XM case saying " what are you guys gonna do with another computer? we've already got 2 laptops and a pre-built desktop? and where did you get the money for that?" told her I sold my 3 high-end paintball markers to get this. but actually, I had the money saved up!. Its gonna be used mainly for gaming, my son is into WOW and RIFT while im into BF3 and ARMA, yup, a bit of an overkill but its better than just aiming for the minimum requirements. I was originally going for just the ASUS z87-PLUS mobo but decided ill go with the Hero. The Corsair cooler is not the H80i but the earlier version, the H80, and is a re-manufactured copy that's why its cheap but with full manufacturers warranty. I was disappointed that the PSU was just a semi-modular one, thought it was fully modular. The first hang up of the system was that after 3 days of tweaking, I had a legacy code error and it turns out I made changes to the BIOS to boot from a windows UEFI and not from the HDD. After that fiasco, the video card was crooked when I installed it onto the motherboard and found out that the PCI-E power cables were pushing the end of the card down, so I made changes on the cable management to remedy that. Thanks for looking and Happy gaming!
Updates: 10/21/13. ran P95 for an hour and 56 min, no errors at 4.4ghz OC at 25C ambient temp.
10/26/13. switched to aftermarket TIM between CPU and H80 water block, better temps even at full load ( temps were at 26C ambient temp ). Im still at 4.4ghz OC but stable. still BSOD at 4.5ghz.
10/27/13. hit 4.5ghz at 1.280 Vcore OC but temps were a bit toasty, maybe ill settle with 4.4ghz at 1.25 Vcore OC 24/7