Subjectivity Alert: Below you'll find my experience with the assembly and use of this PC, but my personal opinions are interspersed.
First of all, I would like to keep the basics out of the way. I have been true to myself when it comes to assembling this build, therefore:
RGB is useless nonsense and in my opinion a black or white case without or with very few lights is extremely aesthetically pleasing, in addition this is a build focused on performance, temperature and noise volume.
By the way, if you love those builds with tempered glass windows, liquid cooling, custom cables and 20 million LEDs, but then you think Noctua fans are ugly because they are brown, congratulations, you are part of the herd.
This goes for those smartasses who love to help:
First of all, your advice is always appreciated.
The Samsung monitor, the external HDD and the SSD NVME, I already had them before making this build, those comments like "Why buy that instead of this?" are out of place in relation only to those 3 products.
Also, ALL the elements of this build except the Accelero Xtreme III and the Corsair case were chosen to fit in a different box.
Now my experience:
The Corsair case is a marvel to build into, but I come from cheaper cases so I can't say much about the quality. It's a mistake not to have made it a little higher (or wider depending on how you place it), the GPU cables hit the side panel. I chose it mainly to fit my space requirements.
I have spoken badly before about the RTX generation, after using it for a while I have to say that it is not that bad, BUT, please don't buy Gigabyte unless it is Aorus, the quality of the stock Cooler in the Windforce is so bad that it heats up as much as the reference cards, but pushing the hot air inside the case due to being open air cards. WTF Gigabyte?
This brings us to the amazing Accelero Xtreme III. It is absolutely shameful that in 2019 a 2013 Air Cooler can easily outperform many stock coolers. This beast, accompanied by 2 120mm Noctuas is able to maintain a max temp of 55C with a 50% fan duty. Cold and quiet.
Now the Noctua NH-C14S, magnificent cooler. Before you ask me why I bought a C-shaped cooler instead of a traditional tower cooler to take advantage of the direction of the air-flow, well, this cooler with a fan underneath pushing air from below up reduces by 20C the temperature of the passive cooling components placed on the motherboard. For example, due to the heat emitted by the GPU, the NVME used to reach 84C, now the disk does not exceed 64C. All this while also keeping the CPU at a good reasonable temperature.
In relation to all Noctua fans used, as usual extremely efficient and quiet. They are placed in the best possible way, I have made sure to get positive airflow by always keeping the GPU fans at higher speeds than those placed in the case.
All in all, I'm very happy. Now I have a very silent PC and margin to OC the GPU, which used to reach 83C without being overclocked.