Thank you all again for voting for this PC in the AIO cooling contest, shame I was dead ass average but at least I placed!
** I wanted to say first off, thank you to anyone who has or plans to vote on this build, I'm legitimately shocked I'm even anywhere on the board, and it's because of people like you, thank you again! **
This was a computer build that happened at the spur of the moment when I nerded out in Fry's Electronics in Las Vegas, NV. Even though it's a lot crammed into a small space, it works very well keeping good framerates around 144 in some games, like Insurgency: Sandstorm, or Metro 2033\Last Light Redux with appropriate settings, and hovering in the the high 100's to low 70's in GTA V. All of these games when used for benchmarking have the CPU running at load 52-56C with spikes to 60+ quickly ramping down in temperature, while the GPU hovers at 50-54C during gaming loads. My last Cinebench R15 scores are as follows: CPU: 1375 CPU Single Core: 175 MP Ratio: 7.86 OpenGL:140.04
Oh, the only thing that is wrong with the hardware listing is the GPU bracket, I used the G12 bracket in black from NZXT, not the G10 bracket in white. Other then that everything is on point.