Built to replace my aging i5-2500k build that has served me well. Re-used a number of components (GPU, SSD, HDDs, ODD, GPU, display & speakers). Absolutely loved building in the Phanteks case, best case I have ever used.
Planning to add an NVMe SSD as soon as the right sale appears and upgrade to a Nvidia Ampere GPU next year.
EDIT Well Black Friday happened and I ended up with a 1440p/144hz display and NVMe SSD, so I also picked up a MSI 1070ti to hold me over until the Ampere cards are released.
Fast and stable. Running on ASUS Prime X570 Pro w/Ryzen 3600. Hynix DJR IC according to Thaiphoon Burner. Have not played with OCing but it loaded 3600 speed/16-19-19-39 timings through DOCP right away and I've had no issues. 32GB is probably overkill for right now but I wanted to be ready for the future.
Ordered from Newegg and got a better PSU than I was expecting; PSU that arrived is rated for 650W @ 50C (previously 40C), has a 140mm hydraulic bearing fan (previously 135mm sleeve bearing fan), and has OTP (previously none). Also has a new modular panel with 18+10pin for motherboard instead of 24 on the original (using vSense wires now). So far it's been working great and I'm happy with the purchase.
I got all black cables on mine; EPS 4+4pin cable is on the short side. I was able to make it work with no extension on my Phanteks Enthoo Pro M case, but just barely. Also would have been nice if all cables were sleeved (only mobo cable is). No rating deduction though due to the price.