This build is mainly for gaming, as well as other general uses. I built it last December, but I've cleaned it up a bit, worked on the cable management and planned some upgrades for it this year.
The first upgrade: Samsung 840 Pro.
The second upgrade: Windowed side panel and orange LED kit. (I'm not usually the type for flashy looks and things, but I couldn't resist trying this out.)
The third upgrade: A 5.25" bay drawer. (I have a lot of random cables on my desk that I use often and 4 unused bays, thought this would be a nice little touch.)
The fourth upgrade: Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB HDD. (Sold my Seagate Barracuda to buy this one.)
I realized that in the pictures I took, the Cooler Master fan was blowing into the case. I've already switched it around, but was too lazy to take new pictures. :P
The case has a lot of room to work with for cable management, but when you have so many cables everywhere - especially with the fan controllers - it can get pretty difficult.
I've managed to reach an overclock as high as 4.8 GHz on the CPU, but I had no reason to keep it that high. The highest stable overclock I could get on the 7970 GHz was 1200 core and 1600 memory, which is what I have it at now. This is with stock voltage though. I'll try to bump the voltage up a little bit to see how far I can push it once I can get a second 7970 GHz in there.
If you guys have any other comments or questions, feel free to leave a comment.