As the title says, and yes I know the processor is over the top, but Intel apparently had a lot of Xeon processors due to the customer deciding not to buy it. Intel had no idea in what to do with the CPU's so they decided to go hand it out to their employees in which my dad obtained. We both decided to just make it a "monster build" and boom here it is. I did the building and installed everything and when I turned it on, there were no problems. It still works as of today and I love it. Sorry to say to those who are RGB maniacs. There's not enough RGB!
Also I discovered that I am terrible at cable management, but I'll improve...
Totally recommend, but not really for gaming use. Stick with the Intel Core series or AMD. For workstation use or servers, I would give a thumbs up.
Motherboard worked completely fine for me and everything it offers satisfies my requirements, though it has an older BIOS which may be hard for those building first time. The BIOS may not work since it's out of date.
As I've said in the comments, "I could've gotten a better one", although I'd still give it a recommend despite the looks. It gives you enough space to install all of your components, and wiring wasn't a hassle for me. Though this is a pretty old tower case. THE PLED wire is a molex cable, so it wasn't compatible with my motherboard. So right now, my power button doesn't show any light when turned on.
The case also comes with pre-installed fans, but if your the type of guy who wants quiet fans, I'd suggest switching them off with the desired fans you prefer.
Overall an average case, "Nuff said.