-Removed Cryorig H7
-Added EVGA CLC 280
-Removed MSI RX 480 8GB (Yay crytocurrency fever)
-Added Aorus GTX 1070 8GB
So this has some new and old components in it, but figured I'd show it off for anyone one looking into upgrading and wanting an idea.
Was given the Phanteks P400s case as a birthday present which kind of started off wanting "more" so I upgraded my GPU from a Sapphire 6970HD to a MSI RX 480 8GB Gaming X, got rid of the stock AMD FX 6100 Cooler (It was hitting 50-60c under load-gaming which worried me greatly) and placed in the Cryorig H7 which fits NICELY. My friend has the same case with the Evo 212 and it ALMOST touches the side panel. The Cryorig gives you a bit more breathing room in that sense and keeps the CPU in the 20-25c range on idle and I've never seen it cross 40c under load (again, gaming).
I dropped in two Phanteks RGB LED strips (400mm) which are awesome, but can be a pain as the magnets in the strip aren't that strong. I also bought Arctic F12PWM fans (the combo pack) to go ahead and get more air flowing through. I have the top 2 fans as exhaust along with the back, and have 3 intake fans (1 is a Phanteks fan that came with the case and I now have a spare Phanteks fan as back up). The Arctic fans have been nice to me considering they're "cheap" but the same friend that has the same case as me (mentioned above) hasn't had the same luck with one going out about a month in.
As far as the rest of the parts in my build, just stuff I've added over time. The only thing that's from the "original" build is the HDD, the CPU and the Motherboard. I'm waiting to upgrade the CPU/Motherboard with the release of Ryzen to see how it performs. Anyhow, this rig does well for the gaming I do. Mainly WoW, CSGO, H1Z1, 7 Days to Die, GTAV, etc.
Pictures can be found Here