No real purpose to this build other than gaming.
First off this machine is absolutely fantastic. I do not regret this build one bit. This is my second iteration inside a C700p
CRG9: This monitor is amazing, hands down. The way that the screen fills up your vision is something that you just have to experience to appreciate. This thing can get very bright especially in a dark room, almost too much at first. The colors pop, though HDR is something that just doesn't work on PC, do not get this monitor for that feature. The down size is just how big it is, you will need a huge desk or consider mounting options
GPS670, Logitec G502 and G915 A truly wireless experience is something that was required for this build. Nothing but high praise for all of the peripherals. The GSP670 has amazing audio that can act as a blue tooth headset. (I actually use the headset at work, even though I look like a dork, the audio quality of the speakers and the mic are par non. The volume is on the low side but nothing I would exchange it for.
Anvil II Now, I decided to switch to RBG Fusion due to the high praises of the Aorus Xtreme. The performance of the machine is top notch as well. I even secured a #1 Time Spy of similar builds. However. The lighting control has been an absolute nightmare. Even funneling everything down to Gigabyte and Thermaltake lighting has not solved the problem. I believe the issue revolves around my choice of EVGA Video Cards. For a while as a new adopter this machine was spitting out issues left and right. Everyday was troubleshooting. I have since reached a point of good enough, but not perfect to my standards.
I think with the release of TR40 I will be snagging me a 3960x, another nvme drive and a raid card. I will be swapping the 2080 Supers for a pair of Gigabyte AIO 2080 TI. (Need the threads more than cores me thinks)