This is the new build that I've finally completed. I wanted a high end all around build. It will do some video encoding/editing, graphic design work, regular computer tasks and some gaming. I am kind of a budding audiophile as well. So that is why I chose the Fiio pieces as well as the Sennheiser headphones. This also has to do with why I chose the motherboard. It has the specific USB ports for a DAC to help improve the audio quality. I do a lot of skype with my brother in the military and along with some limited podcasting I chose the Yeti microphone and the webcam. I am also going to try my hand at some overclocking for the first time. I'm going to start small. That's part of why I bought the Noctua cooler. Eventually I want to go to a liquid cooling loop, but I wanted to get a feel for how this would perform with air cooling so i can better judge the performance benefits when I make the switch to liquid cooling. I went round and round for a long time about the right graphics card and even traded it out and upgraded it a few times before I settled on the one I finally bought. I will continue to change and tweak some of the parts as performance improvements become available but this should give you a pretty good idea of what I run. The storage isn't as much as some but I also have a giant NAS storage on my home network to help store all of the media so only games, the OS, and some limited software will be stored locally. I will be using the M.2 SSD for all of the storage but I am using the 3 SSDs in a RAID 5 configuration so I get the redundancy and it does add some storage to keep some music and some of the bigger files on when I need to work locally. The powersupply is a bit oversized for the current setup but I wanted something that would allow me to at a later date be able to add a second 980 Ti without pushing the limits of what the system would be capable of. As for the Razer peripherals, they were chosen because of the Chroma aspect. I wanted something that I could keep with me as I make system changes or upgrades without losing my overall color scheme. The Chroma series will allow me to change their colors depending on whatever color palette I am trying to achieve. The secondary reasoning for almost every choice in this build was to stick with a predominantly red and white scheme and also because I could. I'm rather particular and when I decided to build a higher end PC then I didn't want to skimp or sacrifice in any one place and be very solid all the way across the board.