WHen I made this rig originally it was intended to house a gtx 970 HOF from KFA2 (Europe) or GALAX (If you're not from Europe) however after using it for 3 months one of the fans dided, so I contacted OC UK to ask what they could do about it and they gave me a full refund after I sent it to them, that same week I saw the Asus Strix 980ti on sale for £359.99 at overclockers so it made sense to buy it. The Asus card wouldn't have been my first choice and paired up with the 4460... It makes me cringe! I plan to buy a 4790k as I don't see the point of getting rid of my ram and mobo to upgrade to skylake.
When building the system originally I was very familiar with a lot of things, I had already built a PC for a friend that week with a S340 (black and blue though). I really love the S340 but they still have the issue with the cable management on the back and you're very lucky if you manage to route your cables in such a fashion that they don't make the right hand panel budge out a little bit. The only other issue I had with making the system is the daisy chained sata cables, paired with the H100i makes it almost impossible to mount the drives so I just have one drive loose and hanging from the sata cables ( I plan to change the PSU to a superflower 800estt white PSU). I have three gripes with the Asus Strix card though; 1. It pulses irregularly and there's no way to turn this pulsing light (on the side of the graphics card facing the window of the case) off or change it so it doesn't even pulse. 2. The card sags, badly, it has a backplate but this card is so long that it just sags and you don't have to look hard at it to realise this. I hear people saying that some brands are excused from using thin PCB because they have backplates NO! if this card sags I would expect other brands to as well! 3. The cooler doesn't even try to get close to cool the VRMs. However this card has dilevered in performance, I get 60 fps in Minecraft now! Okay seriously I can play Farcry 4 at 92fps maxed out, ROTR @69fps avg and GTA-V at my own custom settings at 93fps.
Gaming isn't the only thing I do though, I use a lot of Premier, Vegas and After Effects and I was debating i7 5820k instead of said 4790k, but the 4790k wins because x99 is still a lot of money. I also Need to do a lot of CAD (PTC if you know the software) which would benifit from the more cores, but the main two uses for my rig is gaming and video editing.
If any of you have any feedback or critiscism to give me please do, I am passionate about PC's. Also, shameless plug here, I'm a moderator on the PC Gaming community on G+ (plz no kill for Google+).