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CPU: While 6700k is quite overkill for gaming, I'm usually into very CPU intensive games (like total war series or some open world rpg's) and i plan to use local streaming. This one made me sure about i'm not going to hit any bottlenecks. Plus, it's cheaper than Hashwell-E counterparts.
CPU Cooler: At first, i was intended to go for air cooling, something from Noctua or beQuiet. But beQuiet is not available in my area and I didn't want my eyes to bleed when i look at my pc, which eliminated Noctua from the list. H110i GT is relatively quiet, keep cpu cool, and looks cool. Among other 280mm radiator AOI coolers, i have choosen Corsair because i hope that their customer service is better than their competitors (Considering the risk from a leak...)
MOBO: A quality mobo overall. And an eye candy. Doesn't looks like a toy (MSI...), solid overclocking, and fits nicely to my color scheme.
MEMORY: I wanted to get cas 14 3200mhz ones, but they still aren't anywhere to find where i live. Still, G-Skill is among the best (if not the best) when it comes to performance and customer service, and cas 15 for 3200mhz still fast. While 8GB is enough for gaming, i wanted to stay at safe spot, since 4k streaming might change the requirements. Also, extra 8gb means that i can use ramchache with SSD's, even though i have yet to see any real benefits of it. Plus, another perfect match to color scheme.
Storage: Not much to add here. Corsair GS is a leftover piece which i use for OS, and the others are in raid 0 for my games and media. For price&performance, i have gone with 850 evos, and added another 2tb seagate barracuda to pair with my older one. Also, covered HDD's with coldzero hard disc covers. (I went with Corsair logos)
GPU: One solid beast. Mine came with a medicore ASIC 70, but it still overclocks well and handles 4k to a point while utterly killing 1440p. I plan to add another one for sli, to max out performance on 4k.
CASE: A wide window, perfect cable management, excellent airflow. While i'm a bit disappointed with overall built quality and it's low-to-none noise reduction, i would buy it again without a second thought. Red led strips easily can hide in it's edges and gives a good lightning. I brought some fan filters from silverstone to cover the bottom and psu.
PSU: Only choice i came to regret. It performs fine so far, but i wish i had gone for Evga 1300W. While being semi modular, it's dubious choice of connector layout for modular cables (like only one 4xsata connectors and LOTS of molex connectors added in every other one) makes no sense at all. I had to use silverstone braided cables to hide it's poorly covered and colored cables.
Sound card: It was my first experience with anything other than an on-board audio. So i cannot make any comparisons. But i came to find that investment in audio is a MUST! It adds to immersion much more than a slight upgrade to graphics, or any other thing. Guys, buy a good sound card if you can afford. You will NOT regret that. Most people says they have driver issues with windows 10 for Xonar Phoebus, but i haven't encounter any problems with it yet. Also, to cover ugly soldering (yes it's bad) i brought a backplate from coldzero. Even with a high price tag (16€) i'm glad that i brought that, it's a quality piece and looks damn cool.
FANS: Coolermaster sickleflow: Red leds are a bit obscure. It will glow, but won't light up the case. They are a bit noisy too, but for the price and size, they are unmatched at airflow for anything comes with led lights. They are set for intakes at front, and bottom fans are providing good airflow to GPU. Corsair AF140: It's relatively quieter than sickleflows, and have better led visuals. Not a match when it comes to airflow though. I set it as rear exhaust.
DISPLAY At first i wanted an ACER Predator 4k or 1440p (1440p one is a ips one with 4ms...) with nvidia g-sync. Only to find out that i cannot get them in my area... So choice came down to Samsung and ASUS for 4k, i went with Samsung, since they are nearly the same (aside from missing vesa mount), ASUS would cost me for 700$, while Samsung was at 450$. No-brainer choice.
Keyboard: A solid keyboard. Aslo red switches are not bad at all for typing. It's quieter than most mechanical keyboards.
Mouse: Mouse is always a personal choice, you go for whatever you find comfortable. And logitech g502 does this for me, i won't change it for anything else in the market.
Headset: I have mixed feelings on this one. Yes, HyperX Cloud is one of best headsets around for it's price, and you will hear people praising this item very often. Those aren't wrong. But don't expect sennheiser-like performance, or you will be disappointed. They don't have the crisp of high quality headphones, you won't squeeze 300$ performance out of them. It feels more like a Beats Audio headphone, because of high bass and not-so-great lows. Keep in mind though they are still far superior than Beats headphones. Still, great for gaming and coupled with Xonar Phoebus, they are strong enough to act as an emergency speaker when you don't feel like to move your 5+1's from your living room :P