UPDATE: Sorry no new pics but have GPU upgrade MSI - GeForce GTX 1070 8GB in spring 2018
Overview: Using this PC for both gaming, live encoding gameplay videos, and video editing. I also don't like having loud systems either and this system stays nice and cool with fans set to 5v on the fan controller built into the case. At that fan speed I can't even hear if the PC is on or not and I love it. I did have a fair budget to build a PC and decided to go all out on core components such as the CPU while saving money in other areas such as the GPU and storage.
Build video I made for this PC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUvjuqXsBds
CPU: R7 1800x -Currently have clocked to a stable 4.0 GHz at 1.375v, will be working on OC later when I have days off of work.
CPU Cooler: Dark Rock Pro 3 -Not the easiest to install but wasn't too bad for how I did it -Cools really well and really quite even when fans are at 100%
Motherboard: ASRock AB350M Pro4 -I like the aesthetics of this board -Has 9 phase VRM for overclocking
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3000mhz -Was debating on 16 or 32gb, can always upgrade later on with 4 ram slots on motherboard -Still running at 2133, next day off where I have time I will try and see if I can get it running close to its rated speed -Short enough to fit under the massive cpu cooler
SSDs ADATA SP550 240gb -Used as a scratch disk with adobe premier pro and a buffer drive for my game recording -Got it extra cheap
Intel 600p 512GB -Lightning fast SSD for the price -Using for main boot drive and install my most played games -Love the m.2 form factor on both SSDs
HDDs: All 3 -Was an upgrade to my prior system last year and moved them to my new system as I do store a lot of video
Video card: XFX RX 470 -An upgrade fall last year when released in my old PC, rather happy with this card for now so saved money on my build and didn't buy a new video card. I can always upgrade later on.
Case: FD Arc Mini R2 -I love the looks of this case and just the right size for the place I wanted to place it -Great air flow and dust managment with built in fan controller -Came with 3 decent fans, 2x 120mm and 1x 140mm
PSU: EVGA BQ 650w Bronze rated -Ample power to run the system with plenty of headroom -Was 165mm long as not to block the bottom case fan spot -Semi modular was great as I used all 3 permanently connected cables and didn't need to have all the cables in the build to manage.
Extra Fans: Cougar CF-D12HB-B -Silent even at full speed (same cant be said for default case fans on 12v but gg fan controller) -Adds a nice blue light accent from the front of the case to match my desk setup of black/blue
PC Wheel Tray: DYI built -Scrap reclaimed wood cut to slightly larger than the case itself -4 caster wheels that makes the tray stand 1.5" off the floor -Painted black to match the theme -Cut out in bottom to allow air intake from bottom mounted PSU and bottom intake fan -PC feet on a flat surface allows 3/4" airspace for intake air for said spots but with the wheel tray its doubled for better airflow -Perfect for under my desk when I have to pull out the case for cleaning