Before everyone starts hating for only an i5 for Autocad: It's used for Autocad Architecture which is a single threaded program )_)
I built this computer for my dad back in April, and hasn't fully been put to work yet. It was designed to run some games (Skyrim, TF2, Worms Revolution, etc.) and primarily Autocad Architecture. Keep in mind that that program ONLY USES ONE THREAD (not sure why, I guess you wouldn't see much of a performance boost in 2D CAD work anyways), hence the i5 rather than an i7. I would have gladly overclocked it more, but I unknowingly bought a Z77 board with a locked voltage, so it wouldn't go past 4.3Ghz :(. I had originally bought a FirePro V3900, but it came faulty, and returned it rather than RMA'ing because my dad wanted to make sure it wasn't some weird incompatibility, so we bought a Quadro 410. The FirePro ran long enough for me to run 3DMark 11 on it, and the 410 didn't perform as well. I don't have the exact scores because it's at his office at the moment, nor do I have the old scores from the other card. The 410 runs Skyrim on High presets at around 30 FPS, drops to about 20 in a heavy battle. We bought everything from Amazon (Amazon Prime FTW) for about $820.
About the cable management: The Antec One didn't have enough space for the main 24 pin power connector, so I had to run it up the side. As for the grainy picture, my iPod camera sucks, so sorry about that. I believe that the V3900 is pictured in the photo.
Thanks for taking the time to read my essay of a description :P
Edit Another complaint about the case is that the front left foot is about a millimeter too short, so it wobbles. It needs like a sugar packet underneath it or something.