I'm not good with build names, I just call it "the computer" usually but that seems a bit boring maybe. Would've called it Little Rawr but the Carbide 240 Air isn't THAT little, so Medium Rawr will do. Like a steak!
50% gaming, other 50% multi-tasking stuff like RAW conversion, Photoshop, VOIP/streaming, chatting, drawing etc. etc.
CPU is Prime95 small FTT and blend stable, both 4 hours, at just 1.235V which I think is a very sensible voltage. CPU doesn't get past 60 degrees Celsius during small FTT, and that is after 30 minutes or so, a scenario you're unlikely to see IRL unless you do some hardcore encoding.
RAM runs at 2933 MHz for now, 16-16-17-19. Hopefully May's big AGESA patch will fix RAM and get it to 3200-3600 without bumping SoC and RAM voltage too much (right now +50mV on SoC and 1.38V on RAM)
My only gripe with the build is the Carbide 240 Air, which is lovely to build on and looks cute otherwise, BUT the tacky plastic side panels and fan grilles kind of ruin it. Could've gone with a simplistic design with less beveling and geometry, just sensible straight side panels. Preferably not plastic either. But it's still cute, in a cheap way.
stuff not listed in Part List:
frosted white Steelseries glass mouse pad + teflon skids for the mouse. Rival 100 is scratchy without extra skids
Ajazz AK33 mech. keyboard, blue Zorro switches (aboutsies Cherry MX Blue equivalent)
Genelec One active speakers
Behringer QX1002USB mixer
Bitfenix Alchemy gray braided cable extensions + cable combs from eBay
Phobya 8-way PWM splitter
NXZT Hue+ LED kit
Here's a .gifv of a LED loop (I don't keep it this way, very annoying in the long run): http://i.imgur.com/yQwJrYK.gifv