Gaming, coding, playing with VMs, and occasionally hosting. I love all my parts, though I must admit the NH-D15 makes working with the RAM very difficult if the heat spreaders are too tall, and the MAXIMUS VIII Formula board's software suite can be a bit quirky (I had a kernel power crash yesterday due to the AI Charger software). The D15 was also a pain to mount because of the motherboard itself. The back I/O panel has a plastic cover that's much taller than normal I/O panels. Where the D15 normally has two 140mm fans, I could only mount one due to space constraints from that I/O panel and how close the RAM is placed to the CPU. I could probably steal the mounting clips off the existing fan and stick another Cougar 120mm to the head spreaders, as I do have an extra one of those.
I harvested the case and the optical drive from a previous build, and then proceeded to swap out all the internals with my new part list.
The really cool part was the 950 Pro. Since it's an M.2 SSD, it mounts straight onto the board. For the time-being I pulled the drive cages from the front of the case to improve air flow from my two 120mm intakes. The C70 has killer air flow and cable management.