Some mild gaming and daily use. Probably way more horsepower than I need, but I like having nice things.
Apparently, this card can rip up some overclocking on the stock cooler. I wasn't expecting to hit this high, but there it is.
This chip is old, but it overclocks like a champ.
My two main gripes with the cooler are the loud stock fans and the fact that many people (myself included) have problems with the backplate being loose and possibly causing high temperatures.
It's RAM. It works.
Looks alright. Cable management is cramped, so either run a smaller psu or go modular.
The top of this case is super hard to get off to install a radiator, but I will warn you now: don't bother getting this case if that's your intent. The design of the top exhaust traps so much heat inside. There is a top cover that comes off which allows for air to exit, but it leaves the plastic lattice open and looks sort of silly. For real, my temperatures were probably up to 20 degrees hotter in the case with the top on. MAYBE it would be better running the fans in an intake configuration, but I doubt that would make much difference. A single rad on the rear exhaust slot would be the better option, but it's too late for me.
Despite all of that, I still like this case. The window is is a nice spot where it doesn't show too much of the power supply, and will display your CPU cooler and video cards nicely. The top and front are translucent so any lights inside will be visible (unless you populate the top with a radiator, of course.)