Hi all, I built this PC a couple months back to replace my old PC but never got around to posting pictures here. I was going for clean looking black/white themed build so a lot of the component choices are based around that.
CPU: Went with the i7 6700k since it is the current top of the line CPU for Skylake.
CPU Cooler: It's a decent cooler, I have managed to overclock my 6700k to 4.6ghz with it so far. I also spray painted the removable plastic ring white to match the theme of my build.
Motherboard: This motherboard fitted my theme perfectly and MSI boards have always lasted really well for me so it was the ideal choice for me.
Memory: I chose this kit of ram pretty much entirely for aesthetics, I could've got the same amount of ram from another company for cheaper but I think it was worth the extra cost.
Storage: I picked up a 120gb Samsung 850 EVO for my boot drive and I am currently using a 1TB Seagate Barracuda for Game/Media Storage but later I plan on adding another SSD specifically for game storage.
Video Card: I went with a 980ti because it is strongest single gpu on the market. I picked a Zotac one because I had read very good reviews and loved the cooler design.
Case: I rarely use a DVD drive these days so I wanted a case that cut out the optical bays compelely and the Fractal Define S did exactly that whilst fitting my black/white theme. Brilliant case, very well built and easy to build into.
PSU: Again, another part chosen to match my colour scheme. I went with the 650w Corsair RMi because at the time of purchase it was on sale on Overclockers UK for about £15 less.
Peripherals: I haven't listed them in the parts list but for peripherals I am using a Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid-i with cherry MX Browns and a Razer Naga Epic Chroma. I am extremely pleased with the CM keyboard, its great to type on. The Razer Naga is okay, it is a decent purchase but I was not 100% satisfied because the RGB led's cannot match the same level of bright white as my CM Quickfire Rapid-i and I have noticed the mouse likes to freeze up a bit every so often.
Thanks for reading.
EDIT: Added some more pictures.