Upgraded i5 4460 to i5 4690K. Overclocked to 4.0 GHz (4.2 GHz - 2 cores). This is not the limit, just turning up multiplier. Seems stable.
Turned CPU cooler fan-side down to pull air from GPU area.
Added 1TB HGST Travelstar 2.5" HDD mounted behind motherboard tray.
Added 3x Corsair AF120 White LED fans and hooked them and included 200mm intake fan to Phanteks PWM hub on SYS_FAN1. Mounted behind the motherboard tray. Linked the system fans to the temperature of the GPU using SpeedFan: Cooling while gaming, silence while browsing. The white LEDs are a nice touch with all components being black (except cooler) and I like how they get brighter as they ramp up with the GPU temperature.
Power Supply is a little noisy but I otherwise recommend it. Last build had XFX 550W and I never heard a thing.
Very happy with the motherboard, BIOS options, and the Bluetooth and WiFi AC performance.
Case is intake restricted but I just pop the bottom of the front cover out at the bottom only and temps improve on warm days. Removed HDD trays in basement.
Games like a beast. Huge improvement over FX-8350/GTX660 build and all in a smaller case. Both chips overclock quite well. Cooling is an issue on hot days, but it's winter here 9 months of the year. Thanks for looking.
This is my second one and for the price keeps CPU at reasonable temps. Quiet. Easy to install.
Great features and boots very quickly. Integrated AC wireless is awesome. The all black color scheme is really cool too.
Rating is based solely on looks which was my primary motivation when purchasing this RAM.
A very fast drive and an excellent price. Wish I would have got the 480GB now, filled it in 3 days. 9 second boot.
Very fast graphics at reasonable price for high end.
Nice looking case with a good 200mm fan included. Cleans up very nicely. Graphics card runs very hot even with a full complement of case fans for unknown reason. Drive cage must be removed when using regular size power supply.
Edit: I do not recommend this case for air cooling. While load testing, pulling front of case off yields about 5C drop on CPU and GPU. Needs less restrictive intake to be competitive.
Looks awesome Plenty of cables of varying length, which also look awesome.
Noisy. Rushing air combined with slight flicking sound.