This is the same build you saw here:
But with all the peripherals I purchased along with it. This is why I couldn't get the GTX 1080 lol. (That foreshadowing is on point)
DESK: 14 square feet of space, and as you can see, I don't have a mouse pad. "How does that work??" you may ask. Well, the whole thing is a mouse pad. It's beautiful. Machine washable too!
P.S. on this one: SERIOUSLY- if you don't plan on using coasters for your glasses, trays for your food, and don't have a good sense of cleanliness, DO NOT buy this desk. Sure, the full-coverage mousepad is washable, but after about 3 months of use on this $400 desk, just thinking about trying to wrap and finagle the main use feature around the washing machine cylinder, I start sweating. To make matters worse, as far as I know, there is no way to order a replacement mousepad.
SECRETLABS OMEGA CHAIR: It has ruined every other chair I have sat in since. I want to roll it around with me in case I want to sit down.
MONITOR MOUNT: Not much to say here; holds my 27" and 24" monitor decently. Tilt mechanism isn't very easy to adjust, but it was $29
NZXT KRAKEN G12: Bracket I used to mount the Corsair H50 AIO liquid cooler to my GPU. Works great. If you have short hoses on your cooler, it can even reduce the GPU sag by a bit.
CORSAIR COMMANDER PRO: At $65, this was a pain for me to purchase. Now that I have it and it is installed, I wouldn't trade it for any fan controller out there. This is thing is great. Allows me to change fan speeds (even the fan I have on the Kraken G12) and control the color of the fans. It ALSO lets me change the pump speeds, and the color of the LED on the pump. All of this only using one USB 2.0 header on the mobo. This is the sole reason my wire management looks so great.
NOTE: The picture of the back of the case is no longer accurate. After replacing the MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard, I restructured the layout of the fan hubs and commander pro. I'll upload a picture of the back of the case when I get it right. This case is a real challenge to manage cables in. All the reviews said so, and I thought "Wow what a bunch of lazy reviewers". Nah, cable management with RGB fans (two wires per fan) can easily take 2-3 hours.
I guess I could add another note here that i overlooked. I drink a ton of water. Like 150oz per day a lot. This leads into me "mounting" my 3 liter (~100oz) camelbak reservoir underneath my desk. I say mounting in quotations because I hold it up by using the hangers already on the reservoir and attaching it to the clips on my golf towels (google golf towels and you'll see the clips). I had to use two to bear the weight of 100oz of water. I then attached a magnet to the bottom of my desk using 3M double sided tape. The camelbak backpack the reservoir came from includes a magnetic clip that holds the reservoir tube onto the strap of the backpack is secured by a magnet. This makes it so that the mouthpiece will stay under my desk and out of way, but still in easy reach.
UPDATE: I added a white LED strip on the sides of my desk along the walls. Did a little under-desk cable management, but I'm moving soon so there's really no point!
UPDATE: Just ordered the EVGA 1080 SC 8GB because it was on sale and I have no self-control. Look at how beautiful that 49mm thick radiator is. T H I C C