I posted this build a few months ago.... Its evolved a bit. Added 2 more monitors. An ultra wide and another 21" panel. Got some new headphones, a gigantic mousepad, triple monitor arm and a few other things. That being said, here is the description from the original. I do have another example of performance. Forza Horizon 3, 6400x1080 All Ultra. Runs cool between 30-60FPS. Almost never drops below. And yes, that is a model plane in my PC case. I'm a bit of an aviation geek so I threw in a Concorde model just because. This isn't featured build material but it's decent in my opinion.
"First off, let me say that I am only 15 without a job. So, being much less knowledgeable then I was when I started, I realize I made some questionable choices here and there.
I bought my first part about a year and a half ago, being my case. Found out it made a pretty nice container for all the parts I was stockpiling. Got my final part, the GPU, on November 2 so I'm getting acquainted with everything. My PSU, I know, could be a raging inferno. However, I haven't had any problems and it runs fine and fairly cold so I'm not too worried right now.
The only real 'benchmark' I have is my 3D Mark Demo, which came in at a score of about 4400 on the combined test. Not bad for an i3 and a $250 graphics card, I suppose. The only real-world benchmark I have measured is on Forza 6 Apex, which was 1080p all ultra (in the rain, full opponents), max 124 fps, minimum 54, average 93. Haven't taken official temps but it runs cold enough that I don't even care to at this point. I figured this was fairly impressive as well, but let me know what you think.
Next up for (what this will turn into) Snow Devil 2.0 -16gb of RAM -Two matching monitors for Eyefinity -A New PSU with custom red and black cables -i5-6500 -Liquid Cooler -Second GPU
NOTE. These pics were taken on my phone, so not the best. The cable mess has slightly improved."