So I'm doing another build and this is the first time I'm wanting input on another build. My reason is the 1080 vs the whole 1070. I posted a topic a few days ago, in which Sanctorum posted a pretty detailed reply as to why the 1070 should be chosen over the 1080. With that in mind, I've decided to opt for SLI 1070's instead of the SLI 1080's I was going to get. This is going to be used for 4k gaming as much as possible which is why I'm posting this topic; as I want to get as much as I can out of the 1070's for that option to play. I'm pretty set in stone as terms for case and mobo, however if there is another x99 mobo that will give significant increase in performance, I will no problem change it out. Budget wise, I don't really have one, however that doesn't mean I want some stuff I don't need such as the i7-6950X or 64 GB RAM.
So a few notes.
I chose the Diamond thermal compound as it's the best I've personally used. I know a bunch of Arctic Silver fanboys are going to jump on that, but back when I was using the H100 series for water cooling, when I compared the Arctic Silver to Diamond, the Diamond was 7c cooler, so it's stuck with me ever since.
The SSDs, I'm getting one as a 128 GB as that's going to be for my OS only. Not planning on installing anything else, except for Windows files. The other SSD will be for games I want fast loading speeds, such as Fallout, Battlefield, Overwatch, ect; where as the HDD is just for putting games I don't care about fast loading speeds.
750D, I eventually will watercool the GPUs, so I want as much space as possible for when that time comes, plus it gives me much more room for cooling options.
Blu-Ray Optical Drive, ehh, why not, colour looks like it'll match with the 750D the best, yes I can get one that is cheaper, but it's not too big an issue for me.
Sentry fan controller, never actually used one in a current build. I have used one in the past in a build I sold, so I wanted to actually use one more than once and figured to put one in. If I don't like it, I can take it out and slap it into another build, so no harm there.