Hmm... I wonder if I can put them together into something...
There. Now close this thing up and see what happens.
Oh good it lights up. That must mean something good.
Ok here's the details:
Case: Antec Eleven Hundred
PSU: Antec HCG 850 M
CPU: AMD FX-8350
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3
RAM: 16GB Crucial DDR3 1600 (2x 8GB DIMM)
GPU: eVGA GeForce GTX 770 2GB in 2-way SLI
Primary Hard Drive: 240GB Crucial M500
Secondary Hard Drive: 2x 1TB WD Black in RAID 0
OS: Windows 8.1 Pro x64
This case is huge. I dwarfs my old Three Hundred and DF-30 I had used for previous builds. The good news is that cable management is great with it. Plenty of room behind the motherboard for big cables, and lots of grommets to route them through. The top and rear fans plug into a built-in power connector with speed controls on the back which just needs a Molex connector to power it, its nice not having to daisy chain the fan connectors together.
Right now there's just two 120mm intake fans on the front. They are easy to get to and install as well. There's a removable filter in the front panel as well as beneath the power supply for easy cleaning. The side panel with the window and fan mounts was damaged when I received it. Several of the rivets holding the window on are broken and the window is about to fall off so I can't mount fans to it. I contacted Antec about this and they are sending me a replacement side panel.
This is the first build I've done without an optical drive. I plan to get one later once the rebates for all the various parts come. I installed Windows using a USB stick, and for the first time ever I had to use the preinstall drivers for the SATA controller before I could install Windows, otherwise I just got a Blue Screen when selecting the partition to install onto. I also had to go into the UEFI BIOS and disable booting from USB after the initial install step otherwise during the installation restarts it would boot from USB and restart the install process rather than continue. This was never an issue before using DVDs, as in the old BIOS way of doing things I just let the "Press any key to boot from CD/DVD..." prompt time out. Always good to learn new things.