This is the second computer I've built and created this as a durable, reliable, long lasting gaming and video/photo editing rig. I already purchased all of the parts and it is running phenomenally well. Every game I've played runs on Ultra at 60 FPS (capped with AMD Overdrive) except The Witcher 3 which is about 45-50. This build isn't exactly future proof since I can't switch to a Skylake processor later on, nor does it have the capability to run multiple cards, but I can always upgrade to a larger single card, do some overclocking, add liquid cooling, etc.
All the parts worked out amazing and had no big issues installing all the components. Case is brilliant, roomy, easy to configure and change and has cable management. Only issue I ran into is I can't attach the plate to seal the fan vent in the bottom cause the PSU is slightly too large (by about 2mm) but the plate still squeezes in there with no screws and doesn't move around. I also didn't mount the SSD behind the motherboard because the one I chose doesn't seem to fit the holes. I ended up just putting it in the lower drive bay, but will probably Velcro tape it to the case later on to free up some space.
When more games come out that run on DX12 I'll consider switching to Windows 10, but until then Windows 7 is running fine. I'd like to eventually get a monitor with a faster response time and refresh rate, but one thing at a time. I needed an entire upgrade from Mouse to Monitor so this is how I decided to do it and I'm fairly pleased, considering the alternative build was around $3300 total for 4k and Skylake.
I would recommend any of these components to anyone for any other build as well, seem very durable and made from quality materials. The purple fans were the finishing touch because every other color is played out and I am very happy I made that decision. Also the type of fans I used are very very quiet... I can't even hear my computer really, which is a first. I moved the 140mm fan that was originally on the back of the case to the front with the other one then added the purple ones on back. The 2 fans on the front of the case are hooked up to the fan controller and set at the highest voltage, and the 2 purple fans are at regular speed for positive air pressure, seems to work well.
After taking Windows Experience/Speccy picture I noticed my RAM was set to 1333 instead of 1600 so I went and changed it in the BIOS. Lol.
Bought 2 more purple fans and set up for negative pressure. Plan on getting another so all 5 are purple LED's :)
Only issue I have is the monitor isn't 144hz so I get some screen tearing on CS:GO but not really noticeable on any other game.