Just what the title says. I built it over the weekend and spent today tweaking overclocks and playing some fallout 4 to see how much better it is than my old system. First, my old system was a Gigabyte p55 board with a core i5 750 @ 3.4 Ghz. It had 8GB of ram, a triple SSD raid array (OCZ Vertex 2) and a lot of other storage for games and media. The only new part in it was a GTX 970 I bought about 6 months ago. Oh, I bought a non RGB K70 a few months ago as well. Now for my new system. Every part except my speakers and monitors are new for this build. MOBO: MSI Gaming M7 PROC: Intel Core i5 6600k RAM: 16GB Gskill DDR 3000 GPU: Gigabyte Windforce 980Ti BOOT DRIVE: 256GB Samsung 950 pro M.2 NVME PROGRAM SSD: Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 1TB PROGRAM HDD: WD Black 1TB MEDIA HDD: WD Blue 6TB PS: Corsair RM1000x COOLER: Corsair H100i V2 CASE: Corsair 600C KEYBOARD: Corsair K70 RGB MOUSE: Logitech G502 MONITORS: 2x Acer S240HL SPEAKERS: Logitech Z313 (I know, don't laugh) OVERCLOCKS: 6600k @ 4.5GHz, default voltage; 980ti @ +165 core, +450 mem via Afterburner, also default voltage. So far I love this thing. It is almost twice as fast as my old system in every benchmark i have run. In some cases (the boot SSD) it is 4x as fast. I knew NVME was fast from watching videos but until you experience it for yourself it is hard to grasp just how MUCH faster it is. Anyway, let me know what you think of my build. I don't have any pics because, honestly, I live in a tiny apartment and am limited to tiny corner that makes external wire management almost impossible, and I am embarrassed about it.