HP Pavilion HPE h9-1215t Phoenix PC that I transferred to a new case and added around $200 of upgrades to. The stock CPU, i7-3770 is actually one heck of a processor back in 2012 AND today. Not many upgrades to it(RAM, Board, CPU cooler) but it sure looks a hell of a lot better than the original.
Ended up adding a couple Corsair fans laying around and got 2 small SSDs to run Win7Pro 64bit and Win10 Beta. Mechanical HDDs were random leftover spare parts. Pics to be added soon :)
Could be a bit more consistent as far as boot times go. 2nd SSD used is for Ubuntu.
Case build quality is equivalent of the Obsidian Series! Looks are impressive to me. Airflow is terrible. The massive slots at bottom of case(designed for HDD placement) leak air baaddd. Currently have Noctua fans in this thing and temps still widely fluctuate.
Best OS out there right now.
Super quiet.. needs better CFM though.
Will be buying these for every rig of mine in need of a fan controller. This thing is stupid simple, has quality wires, fits perfectly in 5.25 bays, and looks sweet.