Everything is fine except the person who installed the custom loop fucked it up. It was full of bubbles and not enough water. Had to drain and refill myself. They also attached the sensors with regular masking tape (conductive). I had to find and replace all instances with actual non-conductive electrical tape. The whole point of buying a fully built rig vs ordering the parts and assembling myself is so I don't have to be bothered.
My build was almost perfect, it booted right out of the box just as it should, but after two days of having it, my second Radeon r7 370 graphics card died, and now needs to be shipped in for a replacement with my own money, and if the $1400 wasn't enough to begin with
Nice machine. Everything that I wanted in this build.
I had to cut some of the wire ties and rearrange the USB plug from front USB ports plug into motherboard because it was putting pressure on second video card. Also the power plugs on second video card were not completely snapped into socket. Other than that no complaints.
the only issue was that a temporary windows 8.1 OS was installed when no OS was ordered, I understand they are making a effort to make it easier to users when they turn on their new pc right out of the box. but windows 8 itself makes it difficult for people who prefer to install windows 7 or XP themselves since the hard drive format and security are set up differently. windows 8 makes every effort to prevent users to "downgrade" their OS. so you have to get on with the tech support to walk you through resetting your system's BIOS settings in order to be able to install anything other than windows 8 in your computer.