I built this computer to handle photo and video editing as well as gaming. I moved to Windows from Mac because, as much as I love Mac software (OSX and its tools are better than Windows), I couldn't handle not having a video card any more, and I didn't want an all-in-one.
But I wanted a computer that was portable and small, that I could move around easily, whether to bring to LAN parties, or just move into the living room to game with friends. I was initially planning on going for the RVZ02 case for this build, but, as of 3 weeks after I've built this computer, it still hasn't come into stock. While waiting for it to come into stock, I found this case. It's 3.5 times larger than the RVZ02, but it's gorgeous and very portable and durable. So I'm very happy with my 380t.
I did suffer about three weeks of misery trying to troubleshoot it, though. The problem? The ASRock motherboard has its voltage settings incorrectly set by default. I was getting BSODs every hour. It was ridiculous. Thankfully, after lots of hair-pulling, techsupport on reddit provided the answer: set the voltage settings manually in the bios. That solved the problem because ASRock set their voltage up incorrectly. Way to go, ASRock /s.
Cheap, small, and keeps my overclocked 6600K very cool. I've overclocked it to 4.2GHz, and it still barely gets above 50*C.
Worst motherboard ever. I thought I got a defective motherboard at first because it was so bad; I got it replaced for the same model, and still the same problems. BSODs every hour.
After three weeks of obsession, I found the problem: the voltage settings are incorrect by default. I put them in manually, and voila, no more problems.
Also, the wifi antennas are very loose. I had to go to the hardware store to get some extra washers so they wouldn't flop around.
Fast and cheap.
A great cost-effective card. Very happy with it.
Larger than I would like (my case has a lot of empty space), but gorgeous, with lots of airflow. Durable and portable, too!
I love the SFX-L power supply format. It's tiny, great for small builds. Frees up a lot of space. And the fanless settings under low load are wonderful and make for a very quiet computer. But when it does come under load, the 120mm fan works quietly and efficiently.
This power supply was great for overclocking.