I mainly built this rig for gaming, but also use it for photo editing, video encoding, watching movies and web surfing. The Tt Chaser MK-I is a fantastic and fun case, but I couldn't help but make a couple small modifications to it. Because of the Antec Kuhler, I didn't need the rear exhaust fan, so I drilled new holes in the bottom of the case (it only had holes for 120mm and the rear fan was 140mm) and mounted it as an intake fan to blow air up to the vid cards. That 140mm fan just barely fits in front of the Corsair PSU, and I was afraid the cables would become a dust trap, but so far there isn't much buildup of dust at all thanks to the filter on the bottom of the case. I also moved the included colorshift fan from the front up to the top and installed 2 CM Megaflow 200mm red LED fans in the front and side panel. I wish I had a good pic of the lighting effect that the fans give, because it's pretty sweet in the dark with all red in the bottom of the case and red/blue/green in the top. All of the hardware worked out really well and fired up on the 1st attempt. With almost no effort I was able to OC to the number you see in the pic. I managed to get it up to 4.7GHz later, and it would do everything stable...except for encode video with handbrake. Right now I have it dropped back to 4.58GHz rock stable for almost 2 months. The Win7 WEI score is 7.8, with the CPU being the 'limiting' factor at that 7.8 and everything else at 7.9. Last pic is my desk and the blue and silver machine is my old gaming rig, now running linux.
I'll just add this here since so many commented about the vid card. It's a 570 because the 660Ti wasn't out yet when I built this.