This is my other build now with...Cable Management !
I got another 120 gb SSD this week ,and took the opportunity to tidy the cabling a bit
Also changed some of the parts to custom parts instead of the closest match like I had before .
I built it for Gaming
Salvaged the i7 out of a HP Pavillion thing,(HP Pavilion p6-2055a) for those who are interested
I added the rest of the stuff over time ,
First I got the Gigabyte MB ,then I added a Gigabyte GTX 650 2 gb ( badly researched,,,GTX 650 must be betterthan a GTX 560 right?) .
Then I bought a SHAW GT-DF1 GT-Defence-One case with it's own exploding PSU included,changed it for a HPS 680W ATX QuietPSU
Which while better was still not really a good one.
Then I got the Patriot memory for free off a mate.
Added the Coolermaster cooler.
My wife bought the Crucial Memory on a trip to China
Overclocked the i7 to the max of 4.2 ghz for this locked cpu
Overclocked the ram to 1600 MHZ
Latest additions are the Coolermaster PSU and the Gigabyte R9 280 OC ,at 28.5 cm with a big 3 fan cooler ,,,,Had to buy the Shaw GT-GM5 Gaming case just to fit it :P it is surprisingly good to build in for a $29.00 case.
The R9 is currently @ 1100 core 1350 memory can go higher but it runs everything nicely now.
Plays most of my games on high to ultra .
GTAV @ 60 fps on Ultra
The Witcher 3 @ 50 fps on high settings Hair works off.
Guildwars 2 @ 96 fps on highest settings
Fallout 3 @ 60 fps on highest settings
Battlefield 4 @ 70-80 fps on high goes down to 35-50 on ultra,although it drops down to stock clock speeds in BF4 for some reason,Doesn't seem to affect performance.
Both overclocks seem stable CPU gets to max of 65 degrees after a couple of hours of GTA or The Witcher ,GPU around 65 degrees
The total cost was over a year or so.