Built to hook up to 4k for some casual gaming from me and my sons. Glorified media consmption device.
This was my first real build. I built a system many years ago and since then been using pre built.
Build went together well. Only issue I had was cable routing. The EVGA SFX supply has a lot of extra connectors that took up a pile of space. I went with the Thermaltake Riings instead of Corsair because the Thermaltake only needs one hub, instead of lighting nodes, commanders, power hubs. In order to sync to motherboard I needed to buy a sync hub from Thermaltake but that wasn't important enough for me.
Posted up no issue except I needed to manually install Intel WiFi driver in order for it to detect wifi. So predownload the Intel wifi driver from gigabyte website in case it happens to you.
I live in Middle East so ambient temp is pretty warm, especially as I set up fan curves to be as quiet as possible, so system runs warm but well within tolerance. Airflow up through PSU shroud into the gpu helps thermals, so I would recommend an SFX psu to gain that extra room. There would also be room for a slim noctua fan between the psu and top of the shroud if you wanted an extra intake. Chipset fan is fairly loud, I'll try and replace it with a 40mm noctua 5v in the near future. VENTUS 1660ti is a great mid range card. I'd recommend it to anyone.
Excuse the pictures. Website won't let me delete the doubles