Last weekend I built my very first computer. It is strictly for gaming and VR, when it comes out. I did a red/black build. The components inside are either red or black, and I used red led fans and led lights. Fan placement and setting up the liquid cooling were probably the most difficult for me. I am thinking about replacing the 850W PSU with a 1000W and going with SLI. I am also contemplating getting an onboard sound card. I don't think 850W will be enough for everything with overclocking, or it may be pushing it. I will add pictures asap. The Predator X34 monitor rocks! Hopefully games coming out in the future all have ultra widescreen support, and the monitor easily overclocks to 100hz! The graphics are very pretty on the couple of games I have tried so far (Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and RB6 Siege. I am not sure what else to write. I was contemplating doing an 5930k build for x16/x16 SLI but I went with the 6700k route. If I get a second card, x8/x8 should be fine. Everything I have been reading says the cards won't bottleneck. I am very new to this though. On a side note, I really like the Enthoo Pro Case. I thought it made for hiding the cables. Picture quality isn't too great. I used my phone. The computer is hooked up to an APC XS 1500 backup and the monitor is hooked up to a APC Back UP UPS 700. I really like the Corsair K70 keyboard. The mouse is very nice too, but SteelSeries seems to not be supporting this mouse anymore, or at least my first attempt at their software didn't detect the mouse. It works, just no customization. I am having some weirdness with the overclock. I turned off IntelSpeed in the BIOS, but the CPU still reverts to 4000 MHz when at rest, but once it is doing anything it jumps to 4500 MHz and is stable with Prime 95. I don't really mind I suppose. It is saving a small amount of power when it is doing nothing. Other than that, I am hoping there are some games coming out to utilize the system. Prior to building this, I mainly gamed on PS4, and the games I would love to see on PC (Witcher 3 and Fallout 4), I beaten or am very close to beating respectively. It's absurd how much better of a shot in FPS games I am with a mouse and keyboard than a controller. Any critiques and suggestions are definitely welcome.