This is pretty much a gaming PC built to be future proof as I could make it with my cash restrictions, I already posted the completed build once and got downvoted to hell and back due to the terrible cable management. I have since rectified the situation after roughly 4-5 hours of playing around with the cables and it really has made a difference in the look of the PC.
The one thing I wish I could work out is why my average cpu temp is now 40c-43c rather then 35c-38c when at 1% load across all the cores but I did seem to burn a finger print onto my heatsink when I built it the first time and that may be the cause. I have replaced the stock thermal paste that came applied to the H100i heatsink with thermal silver and am still waiting for it to be fully cured before I assume I totally screwed something up.
Also in case I need to spell it out, the second picture is from my first attempt at putting it together when I had no idea, it looked like a train wreck but performed better in terms of keeping the cpu cool.