This build ended up being a beautiful thing for my first personal build. The following are items that I would caution others looking at a similar list:
THE AIO IS THE HARDEST PART. TAKE YOUR TIME. I thought I had put the AIO on the right way and put it in the case and it was on the wrong way. I tried to see if the cars could run underneath the display, but under the tension the AIO ripped the CPU out of the socket. I thought all had been lost tbh. Luckily I took the cpu off and put it back in and put the AIO back on the correct way and that was that.
H510 “removable” Radiator - for something that is supposed to be removable it is the hardest thing to get in and out of the case. Maybe I’m missing something, but it was impossible. Also to note, in order for there to be enough room in the case the radiator bracket has to be in the middle. This is NOT stated in the instructions which btw are terrible.
All that being said got the computer to boot up on the first try with a little scare because the monitor was off. Would I do it again? I would probably opt to just go with an air cooling design in the future and for first time builders. Way to much added hassle with the AIO and radiator. Would also probably go with a different case, there are a lot of nice things about the H510 like the cable management, but just about everything else sucks except the looks.
I’ve been playing Borderlands 3 mostly and on the Bad*** settings without motion blur I am getting between 85 and 100 FPS consistently which is beyond what I expected. I did have some weird issues with the Witcher 2 having low frame rates, but I assume I was missing some optimization settings.
Oh I almost forgot, the only other complaint is that it is impossible to sync the Gigabyte 5700xt through the MSI dragon centre I have given up :P