The primary purpose of this rig is audio/video editing & production and secondary as a gaming rig. It's replacing my vintage 2011 i7-2600K build that has endured multiple video card upgrades and a memory upgrade.
Multiple SSD drives to store video projects that are in process with 2 TB Seagate to store video footage that's not currently being worked on. I know I've got a variety of different SSD's but I like to label them and know what is stored on each... OS on Samsung, Games/Documents on the Crucial and Audio/Video files on the Mushkin. If one goes bad then I just open up the case and know which one it is... otherwise I open up the case and have to figure out which Crucial drive has the games on it and which one has the video files on it.
I run 3 monitors so the second video card (1050 Ti) is used to drive those independently. I probably don't need a second video card to do that nowadays but it's an old habit since it was the easiest way to drive 3 monitors back in the early 2000's.
I know I have room for overclocking with this system but I won't be focusing on that, just utilizing the raw stock horsepower of the components.
Nice large case to maximize airflow to keep everything nice and cool while trying to run it as whisper silent as possible.
Some components are moved from the old rig to the new like a monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, but the 2K monitor is new along with the Creative sound card that I bought years ago but was never installed because I didn't have an available slot in any of my other machines.
Not big into LED lights but I added some red LED fans and an RGB light strip since everybody's doing it now... right? ;-)