First build, thanks to PCPartsPicker and lots of information available on youtube and PC forums I was able to choose exact parts for my needs and assemble it exactly how I wanted it . Was looking for a build that would destroy in gaming while looking good with or with out RGBs and I think I hit that goal, I will let you guys decide =D
Thermaltake view 37: Absolutely love how this case looks. Two features that I really like about is the side mount for a radiator and unique curved window . I was worried about acrylic getting scratched but I took great care of it , didn't take the plastic off until the build was complete . Originally planed on making a PSU shroud but decided against it. I was not able to fit 2 140mm fans on the bottom with the original mount points, had to drill new holes ( 2 120mm fans should fit fine ). The radiator exhaust point is chocked off in my opinion , drilled a bunch of holes to open it up ( this did not effect overall structure ). Drilled new mounting points for the rad , moving it 3/8 of an inch closer to the front due to clearance issue with the EVGA power link .
Asus ROG strix z370-E: Works as it should. My only complaint is a single 5V ADD_Header , would be nice to have 2. had to order a Y splitter to plug in the V1TECH backplate.
Kraken X72: Sexy, enough said. Pump is silent.
Thermaltake Riing Plus RGB TT Premium Edition fans: They look and work great . But I had the most trouble setting up the fans out of anything else. The case came with 3 fans so I ordered 6 more additional fans . Case fans and the extra fans that I ordered came with different controller and I wasn't able to sync them . If you are reading this do your self a favor and order TT sync controller ( sold separately ) , supports up to 9 fans .
V1TECh back plate: Great quality , easy to install .