This is my 2nd build and I think it came out pretty good. I found this site years after I built my first computer. I soon realized my PC didn't have to be an ugly object in the room. I got what I wanted when I wanted it.
Update 6/27/14: Added some more pics. Added the Corsair H75 and NZXT G10 to the 780 Classified and changed the color of the fans to white. I also took the computer off the top shelf and bought a shelf for it. Then put my old Philips 32" 1080p HDTV on the top shelf.
Use: I use this pc as a 2-3 hour a day gaming computer then it's used mostly for video editing, photo editing and internet browsing.
CPU: I chose the i7-4770K because I caught it on sale at Microcenter for the same price as the i5-4670K. Why wouldn't I buy it. I had it at 4.5GHz but it gave me better performance at 4.4GHz
MB: I got the MB in a combo deal with the i7 at Microcenter with $10.00 mir. And it's got a cool red dragon on it. It's also a good gaming MB LOL.
PSU: I originally planned on buying the ax760i but then I caught a deal for the ax860i with $20.00 mir. Wanted the platinum rating of course.
Memory: Well I bought those because they were popular and red. 16GB because I'm going to have this computer a long time.
Graphics: I got the 780 classy because you can get the cool back plate that has red letters on it and it has the ability to beat a stock titan in FPS war. Plus I overclocked it a little. With the H75 cooling it I can push the Classy to 1370 MHz for benchmarking, but 1201 MHz is plenty for gaming and during gaming GPU never goes above 56 C.
Case: Got it with a $20.00 mir. I love the case but it has little space behind motherboard and the usb 3.0 cable from front panel is not a 20 pin to the motherboard it's 2 regular male usb cables. You should see it in the photos that had to buy an extra adaptor for it.
SSD: I've never owned an SSD before and I am amazed how fast they boot Windows. Now I will be buying more SSD's in the future to handle my games and data.
Monitor: I went from a 32" Philips 1080p HDTV to this ASUS 1440p and the difference is amazing.
Cooler: Just went with the staple. The ole H100i
OS: I had a copy of home premium laying around with 1 last usage on it from years ago.
KB and Mouse: I love em both.
All in all the build was smooth except for the rear cabling issues which took 2 hours.
Thanks all, comments are welcomed and appreciated.