Wanted a PC I could hook the Xbox controllers up to and run through our TV. The build was pretty easy but the case is a tad small and the routing of cables can be a pain in the backside. Have opted for cheap small ram chips for now and will bump it to 64Gb in 12 months or so when price drops. The physical HDD was taken out of a PC I wasn't using, but the load time on games as too high so will pick up something like 2 or 3 Intel 730 drives to form another RAID 0 array (the M.2 drives are currently hosting the OS in Raid 0).
Haven't had the best luck with the short look at over clocking I have done, I have pushed the video card a little over 1.5Ghz and the CPU to 4.8 (using the ASUS overclocking software) but the RAM needed a voltage boost over the XMP profile to be semi stable at these settings. 3D Mark score of 17944
Regardless it's all back at stock now until I decide I need to game in 4K or bigger better software comes out, I will look at the stability issues and overclocking again down the track.
Good processor, but ran hot out of the box, the 240mm AIO radiator barely kept it under control.
Rubbish. Struggled to keep the 6700K under control at 10% overclock, my X72 can keep a 9900K at 5Ghz cooler
Great board very versatile, many features I never used
Only good if non overclocked, otherwise became unstable.
Great SSD, still running well to the day
Great case, could do with better sealing on the front fan intakes and easier access. Cable routing grommets were 2mm too close to the back for my new motherboard and had to be removed on my Z390
Quiet, stable, great
Some LEDs died long ago, fans still run