So this computer was my summer project. I'm a college student, so I worked a ton and saved up for the parts. Luckily my uncle, who's also into computers, helped me out and bought me the motherboard, H100i, and the monitor stand. I actually completed this build about 2 months ago, but I'm just now getting around to posting it. I use this computer for gaming, programming, and various other things. I have a 1TB external HDD connected via USB 3.0 that serves as game storage, as well as having a 100GB partition for an Ubuntu install (programming in Linux > programming in Windows).
I recently stepped up to a 770, and I love it. Definitely a good decision. Also recently bought a third monitor, a 27' LG. It's not in the pictures, but I got it on eBay for roughly $70 off MSRP, which is solid.
CPU - I love it! I'm a Computer Science student, so I got this one with compiling in mind. I have it clocked at 4.6 GHz with 1.265V, and VCCIN at 1.9V. It will get ~90C under Intel Burn Test, but it remains stable, and in demanding games I don't see it go over 65C, so that's good enough for me. Also happy I decided to get an 8 thread CPU for the next-gen games, seeing as how BF4 will utilize them all. I think it's a trend that will continue
Cooler - Not much to say about this. Does a great job keeping temps down.
Motherboard - So, I may have gone a little overboard with this one, I'll admit. But honestly, I didn't like all the gimmicky software on a lot of ~$150 boards. I also wanted to be able to overclock my CPU a good amount, so I figured the 16 phase voltage regulation would help.
RAM - Solid. I have it running at stock timings (1600 MHz 8-8-8-24). Why 16? Well, better to have more and not need it than need it and not have it. I'm glad I made the decision, seeing how next-gen games use a lot of RAM.
SSD - Great. Wicked fast! This is my first time using an SSD and I'm blown away. I love it. I have it screwed into a 5.25" bay because I got it a few days after everything else, and already had the computer assembled. Didn't want to pull off everything just to mount the SSD in the back of the case.
GPU - I think I already addressed this one haha.
Case - Awesome. Quiet. White. Windowed. I think that says it all.
PSU - I love that this PSU has an option to have the fan turn off unless you're pulling more than 350W.... which means it's basically always off. I also love the cables; they look good, and screw on which means a nice tight fit.
Speakers - Cheap, but they sound pretty great. Lots of bass haha.
I know the pictures are kind of crappy - the only camera I have is my GS3. In the future I want to upgrade my CPU cooling and overclock a bit more. I have a feeling I'd be able to hit 4.7 or 4.8 stable with a better cooler! But that's in the future.