I built this PC because I travel a lot. I wanted to be able to take it to LAN parties or when I visit family. I love customising things and I'm happy I was able to do a Fallout based theme.
The build went great, though I had a few issues fitting my big hands inside the case to attach the heatsink. You have to pull out the 3.5" hard drive cage in order to wire a modular power supply (It was simple to do this though because the cage is on a rail secured by a single thumbscrew). When using the H100i GTX heatsink, you have to put the fans between the radiator and the brackets, otherwise, the screws that mount the fan to the radiator will be in the way of one of the motherboard's integrated heatsinks. I had to use only 3 screws on one fan to keep from breaking off the integrated heatsink.
It was easy to paint the mesh side and front panels. I pulled the metal mesh off the plastic part of the panel. Then, I used FrogTape to cover the Corsair logo and make my Vault 89 symbol. I used spray paint for the mesh, no sanding or priming required.
I have recently installed the MSI GTX 1070. It fits in perfectly. Since the MSI GTX 1080 is the same size it will also fit in just fine.
I have been able to OC my processor to 4.6GHz easily. However, I have not been able to run 4.8GHz stably. I have seen some people hit 5.2Ghz with this same chip, but mine just won't do it. With this build at the most stable overclock setting, I am able to reach a 99th percentile score on PassMark(6666 Points).
Credit to my lovely wife who took the pictures for me. (Pictures of the GPU were taken at a later date with a cell phone)