I use this computer for everything, really. I of course use it for gaming when I have the time. I'm a software engineering student so the bulk of my time is spent writing code with it.
This computer used to be beautiful until disaster struck it. A few months ago, it had triple water cooled R9 390s, but one of the GPUs cracked while I was bringing it back home from break. And then a few days later, the motherboard died. Fun times...
In a way, it was a good thing. I sold the working 390s and bought a GTX 1080, compact case, and mATX motherboard. The 1080 works so much better than the 390s overall. Even one 390 was an absolute pain because of the drivers... A lot of games refused to launch, and AMD support was completely useless. But whatever, I'm really happy with the 1080. Although, I will always miss how amazing it looked with the 390s. I'm just glad I don't need to deal with the headache of 3 water cooled video cards anymore.
I'm using the stock cooler because I don't overclock anymore. I don't feel like putting even more money into than I already have.
I have a 1300 W PSU because it's leftover from the triple 390s. Not going to replace it becase it's overkill...
The last image is the cracked GPU. Don't over tighten your water blocks.
Previous build: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/hNRG3C
Runs games and programs quickly. I love it.
It hasn't died YET, which is all I could ask of it.
Performs well. 32 gigs comes in handy for working with big data.
Got it for free through Amazon. Works great so far.
It's fast and it holds data. What else do you need?
Fantastic video card! It runs everything well at 1440p.
It's strong and small. I needed this case so I can transport it in my suitcase when I come home. Nothing broke yet.
The software isn't great. I like it overall, though.