Built mainly for gaming and audio production. Previous machine was a 2007 MacBook Pro which served its purpose. The parts were picked with OSX/hackintosh compatibility in mind.
Overclocked CPU to 4.7, GPU is at 2.05.
Battlefield 1, all settings Ultra, 1440p, some AA on ~110 fps.
I could not be happier with the monitor. It's very sturdy, no dead pixels, great price. I can't complain about the picture either. It also has that professional look to it which I prefer over other "gaming" models. I was originally debating whether to get a 1080p monitor in order to guarantee 144 fps in current games, but I'm glad I didn't considering a monitor generally lasts much longer than PC components in terms of becoming obsolete.
I went with 16 gigs of RAM since 32 is still a bit overkill. I don't do much video editing so I put the money toward faster low latency RAM.
I opted for a SATA SSD over M.2 PCIe. The benefits of eliminating a HDD's seek time in terms of responsiveness is all i really wanted, load times are perfectly fine with SATA given my needs. I couldn't justify the extra cash.
Originally I purchased a Zotac normal AMP edition, however, it came dead on arrival. I went with the Gigabyte as a replacement and have had no issues whatsoever.
The case is fantastic. It's a little cramped at the bottom where the fans meet the motherboard. It may make it a challenge for SLI in the future with a big card, but that's really my only complaint. Airflow seems good. One of my favorite features is how easy it is to open it up. The tempered glass window has a release button on the top that just makes things so simple. The other panel on the side has two screws that can be twisted with your thumbs, no tools required.
Temps posted are a bit low due to freezing cold apartment.
All in all, I'm completely happy about this build.