The build name comes from the color theme and that this is the only socketed desktop i7 to feature Intel Iris Graphics. This build started after I came across an Intel i7-5775c for dirt cheap in May of 2018. I paired it with 32GB of 2400MHz DDR3 and an Asus Z97-A. When this machine was first put together, I was using a Gainward GTX 260, before upgrading to an EVGA GTX 580 to match the unintended blue theme. Unfortunately, the 580 developed some issues and I had to fall back to the 260 until I found a good deal on a GTX 1080 Founders Edition. When the machine was put together, I was using a cardboard box as my case. I was eventually given the Cooler Master case when I got the GTX 580 and I immediately put everything inside of it. A few months after putting this build together, I decided to take apart my old (never properly set up) storage server and move everything into this machine since it has a lot of space for that kind of thing (what else would I use 6x 5.25" bays for?). Five of the six bays are used to hot swap 7 SATA drive, while the other bay is sitting empty until I get a 6x 2.5" SATA hot swap drive enclosure. One of the internal slots (and three more, eventually) are used for SAS drives using an H310 RAID card pulled froma Dell PowerEdge. I also added an ASUS ThunderboltEX 3 card, giving me Thunderbolt 3, because I could and it was relatively cheap. This is currently my most powerful system with an AMD Phenom II x6 1090t and i7-940 tied for next best desktop (I have an AM4 based machine, but it's using an A6-9500e, soon to be upgraded to an Athlon 200GE and eventually a Ryzen 7 (also 32GB 3200MHz DDR4... talk about imbalanced)), though my fastest laptop has an i7-3720HQ, which beats out everything I have except for this desktop.