I use my computer for a lot of things, with Battlefield and Photoshop being the most resource intensive. My last desktop (Titan) crashed unexpectedly and I was suddenly faced with the task of quickly researching and building a new machine. My goal was to not break the bank (was hoping to stay sub-$1300 but only went slightly over), and I only planned on reusing peripherals and hard drives. I'm extremely pleased with the build and spent a little extra money to get white accents on the RAM and GPU to match the case.
I'm running Windows 10 on the 250GB M.2 SSD, games and scratch files on my 500GB SSD, and RAID 1 on the two 4TB drives for all of my files.
Check out the keyboard animation here: http://imgur.com/7htu1hx
This things is HUGE! I suppose I could have looked at the dimensions prior to purchasing. I'm pleased with the purchase. The brushed black metal finish looks awesome and (luckily) it fits nicely inside the case. It is certainly very quiet.
I didn't necessarily need this high-end of a motherboard since my CPU isn't the k-model, but I got it for a good price and I like the look of these boards.
I'll admit, I bought these mostly due to aesthetics. I wanted white accents to match my case and these look awesome. The metal fins are very cool; I think they look even nicer in person than the photos. They also perform excellently.
Wicked fast! Windows didn't install in 3 minutes (as someone else reported), but still ages ahead of my 950 SATA SSD.
Perfect for storing programs/games/scratch disks. Basically anything I want to be able to retrieve or write quickly.
There are very few things I would change about this case. It didn't come with very good documentation, and it's worth noting you'll require an extra cable to have an MSI mystic-enabled motherboard control the lights. Overall, it looks stellar with the tempered glass side and a very professional, yet sleek, front end.
I've had these monitors for four years now for photo editing. I love them, though they are a bit slow (latency) for gaming and only support 60Hz.
I got this keyboard over the G910 because it looks more professional. Logitech's gaming software is excellent, offering lots of control over settings and RGB lights for my various devices.