That H80 looks awfully similar to the Intel stock heat sink.
interesting part choices - locked CPU which should not be manually overclocked with a h80 for overclocking? Your case has cable management holes all around the motherboard yet it doesn't look like you used any of them. Having cables on your motherboard can cause a few problems, built up in dust and they can also trap heat on them which is really bad. Routing cables behind the motherboard through the holes provided by the case isn't just for aesthetics it actually helps and not just with the things I mentioned but also air flow.
I can't for the life of me, figure out which computer part that scorpion is on. It's cute though.
I suspect there's also more down votes because of the double post as well as the part list inconsistencies. The name also isn't very "swag," but lol, it's your computer so I don't usually make comments about names. "Mein" makes me think of noodles, as in "chow mein."
My critique is that for $230, you could have gone with an IPS monitor, so one would be for your Sony Vegas and the other would be for your gaming. The Asus is not a bad monitor by any means, though, if you like the look of it.
I think it is on the speakers.
This build is very unbalanced but I don't get all the downvotes
I don't see what's so unbalanced except for the H80 instead of an SSD. I also would rather have gotten a 670, since it's a better value
3770 with an h80 and a z77 mobo.
If you want to clean up them cables. This will help: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=44_1187_1189&products_id=26021&zenid=9239499fa13f8fa7fb47fc5098ac0a14
I'd like to know a little more about it's intended purpose before I can comment further, but I never met a Lian-Li build I didn't like.
What's the motherboard like??
IT'S MORSE CODE