CPU cooler : The CM Seidon 120v came bundled with the case. Pump may get loud at times, but once everything settles down, its tolerable.
MOBO: V edition have no on board WiFi, but I managed to save a couple of bucks going LAN, which is nice.
GPU : Initially bought the Sapphire 280x Toxic before the mining craze last December, which explains the first picture, but then I found a slightly below MSRP XFX 290x on Amazon. Who could have said no? =p
That and the artifact problems I've been suffering with my 280x toxic led me to this upgrade. The XFX card is silent and the temperature under load is pretty good too. Few things that I miss from my 280x though is the temperature LED and it's shining yellow Sapphire LED on it's side. The XFX 290x do have some lights, but putting it on it's front side means that it would indefinitely face down in a normal case.
Case : The CM690 III is a beautiful case, but I do have some gripes with it. The front dust filter is a pain to remove as you may need to open up either one of the side panels to get to them. The rubber grommets are also not initially in the packaging, so you have to contact the customer service to get them delivered. Other than that, it is pretty much a very good looking case.