i7-4790K on an Asus Z97 Sabertooth Mark 1 with a 3.1 UBS ports. Running Noctua case fans (5 total). Asus Strix GTX 980 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card. Processor Cooled with H220-X Liquid Cooler. 5TB worth of platter drives (Plus lots of extra HD to hook up externally). 512GB Samsung SSD 850 Pro with O/S. Blu Ray burning capability. HD DVD playability (if you can find them).
My original upgrade from my Q9550 that I was running at 3.6 was an Ivy Bridge i7-3770K on an ASUS P8Z77-Deluxe MOBO. The original set-up had SLI'd GTX 680's. Well all was well until I upgraded the graphics cards to a single GTX 980. When removing one of the graphics cards it pulled the PCI-E slot off the motherboard. Worked with ASUS to RMA the board and in the meantime picked up a Haswell configuration. So far no need to overclock with the Haswell refresh chip.
The Board came back from ASUS completely repaired and the board and processor are going into a Media PC for the Man Cave
This machine is a beast. Boots Windows 7 in about 25 seconds after posting BIOS. Have yet to time Windows 10 but it definitely seems faster.
Love the internals. But also love the case, super quite. Went from an Antec 300 to this case. All in all this was a fun build.
I have been doing this since early 2000. I build HTPC's for some of my buddies. They don't have as much fun as I do because I can fit a lot more stuff in a bigger case.
ASUS and Intel put together some great products.