Lancool Dragon Lord K-58 Case (four 120mm internal fans in a pull-push configuration in sync with my cooler)
Intel Core i7-2600K (Overclocked to 4.6Ghz)
Corsair TX750W PSU
Noctua NH-D14 Cooler
Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 6970 2Gb
Gigabyte Z68X-UD3P-B3 Motherboard
8Gb Mushkin Redline Ridgeback DDR3-1600Mhz (7-8-7-24 timings as standard on this model instead of the usual 9-9-9-24, haven't attempted to OC and probably wont bother)
1TB Western Digital Caviar Black SATA III HDD
Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeMusic
ASUS MW221U 22" Widescreen Monitor (2ms response time)
Managed a 4.8Ghz overclock but it was starting to run a bit too hot for my liking and I didn't want to push my luck, plus it wasn't too stable and it seemed to want me to push my Vcore above 1.5v, which I didn't really want to risk doing :P
More than handles WoW though, my framerate at the bank in Orgrimmar outside Garrosh's room never drops below 60fps at peak times, which is currently the lowest I've seen my framerate in World of Warcraft since upgrading. Quiet spots in caves or other places of the sort see my framerate jump to 400+ fps
So far, the only two games that have come close to crippling my PC are The Witcher 2 with Ubersampling on, which currently no single GPU setup can handle properly, and Crysis 2 with the new Ultra patch with High Res textures. Both are playable with those settings, but barely. Dropping a couple of settings down and it's totally playable, and in the case of The Witcher 2, simply dropping Ubersampling off sends my framerate from the toilet to the ceiling.
Other than that, my PC's yet to be tested properly. I'm even contemplating grabbing another 6970 or perhaps just a 6950 and going for a Crossfire setup, once I decide if I need it or not. This Z68 board is also capable of Intel's SRT, so I may grab an SSD at some point, but that really feels unnecessary at the moment.
Bring on Skyrim!