This is my first build. I've named it "James" (formally known as "Jordan"*). I started with a IBuyPower from Best Buy. Over the course of two years I have replaced every component. I use my LG B6 OLED TV as a monitor. Recently, I've added new case fans and the RGB strip that came with the IBuyPower I originally bought to for some extra "Boom Shaka Laka!" as the kids say nowadays.
CPU (OC): 5GHz, 1.350v GPU (OC): 1974 MHz
About the TV:
I'm using a LG OLED55B6 on PC mode. It is a 4k display so the 1080ti comes in handy (as it always would regardless of the display I'm using). I have both a Dell U2718Q 4k monitor and a S2417DG 144Hz panel with G-Sync at home as well. I tried out both to see if it would feel any better compare to my TV. Obviously the refresh rate was much higher on the S2417DG which was nice but, as far as latency was concerned any in-game difference was negligible at best. So, I attached the S2417DG to my fiance's PC that I was building at the time and kept the TV for myself. If my W/L percentage is one tenth of a point lower because I'm gaming on the better looking display so be it. I like a challenge. Personally, I'd take the TV every time when gaming. I mostly play single player games anyway. Nothing beats gaming on a 55" curved OLED display for me. The Witcher 3 in 4k, 60fps on an OLED? I mean, c'mon. Is that really worth giving up just to win more faceoffs in Rocket League? Not for me.