This was a dedicated gaming machine build, and my first. I wanted something quiet and low key but expandable. I also didn't want to spend too much (<1500). It turned out to be a fun and easy build. I didn't run into any trouble with any of the parts. The H105 was super easy to install, and the NZXT case was great to work in. The mobo installed very easily and cleared the H105 leaving plenty of room to access to the cables and the ram release tabs. The Asus AI Control Suite was easy to use and allowed for automatic overclocking of the Intel GT3258. I was surprised at how easy it was to overclock the processor. Since it was my first time I expected trouble, or at least a significant amount of time spent configuring an tuning. The Control Suite did all the work and easily overclocked the processor to 4.8 before it BSOD'd (OC voltage set to 1.5). I left it at adaptive and have had no lag and no overheating. I've run Skyrim with 150+ mods and an ENB and the graphics are smooth with no more glitches than you'd expect from Bethesda. And the case truly is silent. It's quieter than my old laptop by far (Dell XPS 15"). And even with the fans at full throttle it doesn't interfere with whatever media is playing. My whole room feels quieter. Overall I've been really happy with this setup. I'll add an additional GTX660 at some point, but so far it hasn't seemed to need it with what I've been doing. I'll update when I do.