Edit/Update (December 29, 2018): Added more pictures. Also received new GPU. I realized I grossly overpaid at Fry's ($430), so I bought same model on Ebay for $257, was intermittently running a GT 1030. Will get new monitor soon.
This is my first PC build as well as my first PC.
I am using this PC for entertainment purposes (video games, youtube etc.) and also wanted a PC that could last a while without upgrades. My original planned build was a Ryzen 5 2600X along with a Hybrid EVGA 1070 GPU. However, on Black Friday, there were some large rebates on the Thermaltake PSU and case so I went with those. Also, I was strongly encouraged to get a Ryzen 7 because of the extra cores "you can clock it higher, but you can't add cores" and the RAM was discounted another $10 from the already low price.
Love how this build turned out although putting in the AIO was kind of a hassle. I am very surprised that the cooler is so effective, but I guess that is to be expected with liquid cooling. With the installation of Windows 10, it couldn't of gone smoother, just plugged in the usb and it loaded right up. Windows loads super fast thanks to the SSD and the computer is blazing fast for me because I have never played with a CPU faster than 2.25Ghz as well as never more than 4GB of DDR3 RAM and discrete graphics card before much less a 1070.
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