Just finished building this PC for my dad's office last night. He's the owner of a small business and will use this as a heavy multi tasking dual monitor machine. Yes, the GPU isn't that nice, but he doesn't need any more than that. First off, I want to mention this computer is FAST! The boot up time is 13 Seconds! He upgraded because every once and a while, his PC would just be to slow with his Pentium E5400, so this is a dream machine for him! I had a couple of minor issues, most of them were resolved: It took me a little while to figure out how to install the 212 EVO, because with 2011 you don't need the back plate and the screws of the bracket thingy you put through the tower have to be slid out a notch to fit the screw holes on the socket. The cooler is great othe than that, massive but great! The next issue I had was with the CPU fan. When I first booted up, it said there was a CPU fan error, and I noticed it was spinning at around 600 RPM, so after a little fiddling around, I eventually just plugged the fan into a different header ( Chassis 3 Fan), so now in the bios, it says I still have a CPU fan error because it doesn't think I have one, but it's now getting around 1300 RPM which is good enough for me. One other is when I press the power button, it starts to boot up for a fraction of a second, then totally shuts off, and about 4 seconds later, it turns on again. I checked all connections, but it's not that big of a deal anyway because he never shuts the PC's off at work, and it's still fast boot comparing it to the 3 minute boot time of the old one. Any suggestions or answers I'm welcome to try! The MOBO works great and had no issues with it so far. The case I just simply love (highly recommended), I did a build with it a couple weeks ago (http://pcpartpicker.com/b/zqd#img=1) with the same type of case, and when my dad requested a build, I knew I was getting another one of these cases again! The 212 EVO does cover one black RAM slot with the fan on, and even though I only had to use the 4 blue ones, it was still a tight fit. I'm using the Force GT as a primary drive and the Samsung 400GB as a backup drive (it was just a spare old drive laying around in his office). He ended up paying a total of 1206.27 for everything with tax and shipping. We bought the CPU, Case, OS, and CD drive from Microcenter, and the rest from the egg. This is my second build ever and it's definitely not my last! I want to give a HUGE thanks to PCpartpicker and Phillip for this because I never would have come this far in my learning without it.
EDIT: A ton of his clients commented on it's speed!