So, where to start? I am a support engineer at a home owners insurance company in South Florida. I started getting into computers right after I graduated high school, which was in 2002. It all started with a crappy HP desktop that my mom purchased for me and it didn't even have a video card. It was running some sort of AMD integrated graphics and let me tell you it sucked!!! So I started searching website after website on how I could play games like Battlefield Bad Company on the highest settings, and so I bough a GTX 460 which at the time, it was a budget friendly video card. I couldn't believe it when I saw it with my own eyes, games were running much better, and the fact that I got to open that Hp desktop to explore all the components inside, was a like exploring a whole new world. I got so familiar with hardware and software, that this led me to my current job. So not to make this thing too long, i haven't build a computer since 2012, and 5 years later I was very impressed by the 1080 ti. So I bought one, but I noticed my I5 3570k was bottle-necking my brand new GPU. I then decided to just build a completely brand new system that you currently see here. I modified my Corsair 570x computer case with a gpu bracket and riser cable from Coolermaster. It was a risk to cut my case but everything turned out fine, and since the Zotac 1080 ti AMP Extreme video card has some nice looking RGB lights, I knew this was the right move. I also made a few changes along the way like adding RGB strips, and changing the EVGA greeen/black sleeved cables to just black sleeved cables. Overall I am very happy with the build and this has probably been the best build I have ever created. Enjoy the pictures my PC master race brethren.