I use this machine for anything from computer gaming to research. It wasn't exactly necessary for me to go all out like this but who gives a crap.
Still working to finalize the build. Making some custom adjustments to the case in order to make it RGB as ****.
Update 1 (10/31/16): So, I've completed the build for the most part. I'm still going to work on some cable and case management. I plan to drill out the optical drive bays and mount the HDD bay to the top of the case. Going to get some individually sleeved cables as well as extensions for a few other cables to improve overall aesthetics.
Thus far, the computer has been running quiet and cool. The motherboards "Gaming App" makes it easy to switch to "gaming mode" or "overclocked mode" and adjust the MOBO/GPU LED colors. Additionally, I have synced the RGB fans on the radiator and front/bottom of the case. I also plan to install a final 140mm RGB fan in the rear, and possibly some led strips within, to brighten up the case.
Great case. Easy cable management. However, the damn optical drive bay is not removable. Who the hell rivets these things in anymore. Anyway, I'm prepared to drill out the rivets and remove this crap.
This is a nice PSU. However, I can't seem to find ANY individually sleeved cable sets for any Thermaltake PSU's online. The fact that TT makes it extremely hard to customize your expensive piece of equipment is quite troublesome. FYI individually sleeved cables are available to other countries but not the US.
By far the best mouse I've ever used. Simple, perfectly shaped, pretty (RGB) and lightweight. I highly recommend this mouse for individuals that play First Person Shooter (FPS) or that like to rest their palm on the desk while gaming.