This is ultimately meant to be used as a ... Hackintosh. The only hardware change necessary was to pull out the Asus WiFi / BT card and replace it with a Dell DW1560.
Some gaming might be had, but it's meant for doing actual work mostly. That includes large Photoshop documents, InDesign layouts and 50+ open tabs in 2 -3 browsers all the time. Web design and development work, advertising, instructional video taking and editing and working on several client jobs simultaneously.
That doesn't mean it can't look good while working, eh?
This case is difficult to build in well, because there's very little room to maneuver. That's the reason I opted to use an SFX power supply, as that gained a bunch of room for the water cooling, wiring, and GPU. Fan wiring is run under the motherboard, back panel I/O sneaks in over the top
The machine runs 5Ghz OC no problem, Aida 64 doesn't take it down with full FPU, GPU, CPU, and Memory being stressed.
The air flow is difficult to manage in this case, believe me. It's set up to run top to bottom, and go jump in a lake if you'd like to say that it won't work ok that way. :-) Real world says otherwise, so calm down, you're probably wrong about other stuff in your life too. Two 120mm intake (which has a case filter), through the top 240 rad which does not fight the intakes on the GPU. Bottom 120's and rear 140 are set as exhaust in order to create high pull-through and also keeps warmer power supply exhaust out. And those do not have a case filter.
Very pleased with the thermal and compute performance so far.
Bare Clover with specific kexts and config used for Hackintosh set up.
BTW - The "Fahrenheit" moniker is homage the the limited edition 2007 VW Fahrenheit GTI which came in Magma Orange (we have one, and now orange-all-the-things when we can).