Home computer for gaming, video, and web development.
I only do a home computer build every 4 or 5 years. When I do I tend to go a little over the top. Many people were surprised at the lack of Titan’s considering the price tag. Honestly, I just cannot wrap my head around the idea of spending $1200 on a single graphics card. The Thermaltake AIO water cooler does an excellent job keeping the CPU cool. I am running about 65° to 69° C when under 100% load with a 100/47/31 OC. I did end up dropping 32GB of RAM as I was getting better performance all around. I did not spend a lot of time digging around to see why. Video encoding out of Premier is a lot faster than my older rig.
OS and I/O intensive apps are on the NVMe drive, which is amazing IMO. I put standard apps on the SSD and I use the two 4TB drives for scratch and games respectively. Completed video ends up on my QNap NAS so the scratch volume never hits more than 75% capacity. I respectfully disagree with one of the comments that a 4TB hard drive is "too much storage".
Having moved on to other projects for work, church, and my daughter’s school I have not gotten around to completing this build. The original intent was to run separate GPU and CPU water cooled loops, hence the ridiculously large case. However, I have still yet to get back to that part of it.