A little outdated, this was on my old motherboard before a cap. popped.
Please Don't Break
It took me about six weeks to build this thing due to a defective part...which was mostly trying to narrow down which part. An RMA'd GPU, returned PSU, motherboard, and memory sticks later (one of my ram sticks was to blame), it finally worked perfectly. THEN, a capacitor on my PSU and motherboard popped and it was another week of waiting for new parts and hoping that it didn't take down my GPU or other parts. It didn't. Now I spend every day in abject terror that something's going to go bad again and I have to go through the horrid depression and worry that I spent so many weeks in. Despite it all, after some odd 10 years being a PC gamer trying to eek out 30 fps on my family's igraphics office computer, I think it was worth it.