Build is pretty much done but got upgraded a bit over what we were planning to start.
Was going to post this next part on another site where I won the BF Fury but sadly the site has removed their contest thread so I cannot.
Lets look at this as a compliment sandwich, good bad good.
Bitfenix Fury 750G
Good: The pins are locked in well and all excess plastic cleaned off, making for a very smooth snap in with motherboard, gpu, hdd's and what not.
Bad: This photo will sum up this bad, some of the Molex and Sata heat wrap is half assed and that is putting it nicely
Good:PCI Power sleeving is the best I have seen in a long time really top notch
Bad:The 24 pin looks botched sorry but cant say this is high quality even if I get it every company merges the two cables together on the side they could of done this on the psu side and cleaned up the 24 Pin side
Good: at least the botched wrap job is on the side you cannot see so your build still turns out awesome.
Conclusion with using the BF Fury, it does make a system look very nice but there are quality issues seen here and there.
It is also very easy to work with and all pins line up like a dream, making putting a system together very simple.
The fan in the PSU is dead silent and the custom art on it looks great.
Would I but the 750G, if the cables were cleaned up a bit more yes yes I would but not till then as that is its premium and its biggest fault.
So back to the rig
Removed giant side fan as it would not fit past the PNY 770 4GB
Sabertooth and Fury worked great together in this build very impressed overall.
Put windows 8.1 pro on it this weekend and its super fast to boot.
Waiting for the main ram kit to show up but for now its got 16gb 1066 so it runs at least
while gaming the CPU sat at 42c so the system cooling is more then enough for the 6 core.
more to follow soon