Note, I moved it onto cardboard for now, don't worry, "Powy, the Power Supply" won't be suffocated.
Current daily driver for Android programming, browsing, and video gaming. Running Windows 8.1.
Commonly used programs: Android Studio, Visual Studio, Sublime Text, Chrome, Firefox, and Photoshop.
Style: It has a very clean look, with the blank key caps on the keyboard, and the tiny bezel on the monitors. There is also a lack of any LEDs, as I even disconnected the power LED.
Noise: It's very quiet, even under heavy load. Without a power LED, I can't tell when it's on, sleeping or completely off in a quiet room.
Boot-time: The start-up time is around 8-9 seconds.
Performance: I overclocked the i5's Turbo clockspeed so it idles around 2.65 GHz and boosts up to 4.08 GHz ( compared to 3.40 GHz ) under load.
The GTX 760 is a great card for the price, and can handle pretty much any game these days. I normally run BF4 on my main screen, with other things open on my two other screens without any sort of issue or frame rate problems.
Pros: The Define R4 is an amazing case, beautiful, very quiet and very roomy. Tons of space to do cable management.
The Samsung 840 EVO is a very good SSD, their software is great for quick setup and management. And with the RAPID boost update recently, I have benchmarked Seq Reads at 4,800 MB/s, and Seq Write at 4,100 MB/s.
The GTX 760 is a very cheap card, and offers great performance, but now there are better alternates out there in the same price range.
The Sabertooth Z77 armor looks great.
Cons: The Dark Rock Pro was very difficult to install, I honestly thought it wouldn't fit over the armor on the Sabertooth, or my RAM. But it all worked out.
Future Plans: Replace GTX 760 with a GTX 970. Buy another SSD (512 GB or 1 TB), mount both on the back of the motherboard. Fill all 3 drive bays with HDDs. Look into replacing the cables with my power supply, something blacker. Add another front fan, as the font only has 1 in in currently.