After years and years of PC building, I had decided that I had enough of average consumer parts. No more low end to mid range builds, no more 1080p gaming. I got my hands on a 4k monitor, and to match the performance requirements of it, I saved up for a GTX 1080. I was back and forth on getting a SeaHawk 1080 or the Zotac, but eventually picked up the monster card that is the AMP Extreme. It stays insanely quiet, even under full load it's barely audible. No regrets on that end (aside from the fact that it's 4 pounds, though that was fixed no problem). I can comfortably run any game high to max on 4k, and boy were the upgrades worth it.
Edit: I've redone some of the images, added in a few new ones of the current setup, and might add a few more in the future. As for now, my setup is finished and I am not planning on changing anything. If you wanna see some more of Goldfinger and it's progression, along with a few other things here and there, consider checking out my YouTube. Linked below
P.S. I got the MM800 for $15 American dollars. 15! The dude at the barcode machine probably had no idea what he was doing, because apparently I bought a copy of Classical Opera Vol. 2 instead of the mousepad. Either way, I was pretty damn lucky considering I got it when you could only find the pad for $60.
Fast enough. Good for gaming, no bottlenecks.
Keeps my CPU very cool, although default AF140L fans are terrible and should be replaced as soon as possible.
Very attractive board, subtle but still has a slight pop with the looks. Audio is fantastic, overclocking is astounding for the price, and overall is perfect for my build.
A solid, fast RAM kit.
Extremely fast SSD and highly reliable.
Pros: ...Lots of space? Cons: Its a turd, slow as all hell.
There's a reason why this is the most purchased HDD.
Good looking, extremely quiet, thermals are amazing, and solid performance.
Cable management could've been made easier with cable velcro and more cable grommets along the bottom and SSD mounts are a great idea, but poorly executed. Other than that, gorgeous case.
Very reliable. Have yet to even hear the fan spin up.
Severely underrated fans, they move alot of air and are so quiet.