Hey guys, So I finally got my PC to how I want it to be, and will not make any major changes until Nvidia Volta comes out in January. Even if it comes out in Q3 or Q4, I think I will wait until January before I get my hands on it because I don't have any money left now. The last version of this build had a 6700k and an Asus Z170-A board, the rest of the specs remianed the same. (Sorry for submitting this build again, I won't submit anything anymore this year I swear). I've always been a huge fan of AMD CPUs and with Ryzen being so good I decided to go ahead and get it. I was only able to get 3.9Ghz out of the 1800X, which I admit kinda makes me disappointed but the performance is still out of this world! It completly decimates my old 6700k which was OC'd to 4.8Ghz in every multi threaded test and in gaming they're pretty similar. I'm happy with this upgrade, and I hope that as Gigabyte updates their BIOS I will be able to get past 4GHz, but for now even 3.9 is great. You can see the CB results in the pics. When it comes to the GPUs, I'm pretty sad that they're not the latest and greatest anymore. I got the 1080 a month after release and I was super happy but then they came out with the original Titan X Pascal. I was pretty pissed but to make up for it I got the second 1080 a few months later and tried SLI for the very first time. Regardless of me being sad that they're not the latest and greatest I'm pretty happy with the performance. They max out everything I play at 4k at High to Ultra settings. As for the rest of the build, the motherboard has some issues like the RGB LEDs not working but I hope they will fix it via a BIOS update, the M.2 SSD is nice but it doesn't feel that much faster than the SATA 850 Evo, the PSU is still plenty even for 2 1080S, the case is beyond awesome and the watercooling does a good job at keeping the GPUs cool. The CPU still gets pretty hot though. Thanks for reading.