This PC is mainly used for gaming and using VFX software like After Effects, NukeX, and 3D software like Maya so I wanted to avoid workstation GPU's and CPU's so I could still handle gaming just fine.
I decided to go with overkill. The choice of going with the 6700k was completely fueled by the fact that VFX software is very CPU heavy. The 980 Ti was my choice over the Titan X after looking at a bunch of benchmarks and realizing that they perform almost identically while gaming. I could have probably utilized the extra 6GB of VRAM with my VFX software but this configuration renders with not a single hitch.
The interesting hard drive situation is a result of buying hard drives over time and not really making the right choices. the 120GB is my boot drive, the 500GB is for software and games, and the two 4TB are in Raid0 for data. Rendered videos are sorta huge.
A big challenge of this rig was fitting the 360 rad with 3 Corsair SP120's in the NZXT H440. It is advertised as being able to fit it, and it absolutely can, but it required a bit of work and the fans on the rad actually make contact with the shielding on the Sabertooth board. A bit of a nuisance that was taken care of.
The liquid cooling process itself went over smoothly as I've done it a couple times before and I used all EKWB parts so compatibility issues were absent. Both the GPU and CPU are liquid cooled. A 360 rad may have been a bit much but It looks pretty and it works so get at me.
The processor has been overclocked to 4.5 from 4.0 (going to attempt 4.7) and the GPU has been pushed to 1452MHz Clock and 3903MHZ mem clock yielding a 3D Mark score on Firestrike of ~16,800. I will be working with some bios tweaking to get it to push further but I am completely satisfied with this build.