First system build and it went really smoothly, everything plugged in place and working from the first try (except the ssds that I forgot to plug in).
Note that prices are in cad, with taxes and shipping it went up to 1840$, and I regret nothing. I haven't received the led strip, so I'll be posting other pictures when I receive them.
Perfect runs like a champ at 4,2GHz on the hyper 212 evo and could go higher, I just don't need that much extra speed
Can be noisy from time to time and is really bulky, check your clearance for the heat sink height
Super cheap, works good, I actually read the manual for setting up RAID and there was detailed steps, other than that, there's only 2 Sata cables and one of them is 90 degrees, caused a problem with my case I had to force one in.
Great ram, works and is better than 99% of the other rams, according to a passmark performance test. And was cheap and sexy
For the price I got them for, they are surprisingly good. (Even if refurbished) smart intel software says they are in good condition and they have astonishing speeds in RAID 0 (800mb/s)
This card is great, no need to overclock as of yet for 1080p, has rgb (white is blue purplish :( ) and is super silent, 70C at full load, it was literally (not really) laughing at furmark
This case is absolutely stunning, minimalist yet allowing for great cable management. It was a breeze to work in it
Don't cheap out on your psu guys, I was p*ssed that I could've got the 650 for the same price a couple minutes earlier but hey, it still works with what I've trown at it (6600k and 1070), and the most important thing for me is completely black cables. No need to pay for custom sleeves cables and you don't get a ketchup and mustard theme. Win win
Even if it was refurbished, there is one dead pixel and I couldn't find for ten minutes (in the corner and very subtle), IPS panel is great and that sweet 27". For those wondering, pixel density isn't a huge issue for me and I'm sitting 2-3 feet from the screen