Wanted to build a nice PC for my girlfriend to replace her prebuilt. Didn't want to compromise on performance, etc but also just had to make sure it was beautiful. Decided to go with mostly Corsair case parts to be able to use iCUE to control all of the lighting.
Some comments on Corsair's newest RGB products:
The hardware is simply amazing - beautiful, saturated, vivid RGB lighting with plenty of customization. Unfortunately the iCUE software itself is SO poorly optimized that it results in some minor frame drops in demanding games and a ~1000 lower Unigine Valley score - simply unacceptable. Luckily, corsair allows you to select hardware lighting effects that display permanently without the software having to be open, a simple addition that ended up saving the whole build.
Also, flashed eVGA 2070 SC Ultra vBIOS to the 2070 FE to be able to control the (hidden) RGB on it, something very crucial to this very blue and pink build. Absolutely no problems so far (both use the same TU104-400-A1 chip and Reference PCB design).
Overall I'm absolutely thrilled with how it turned out, temps are great and its as good as silent under load. Also, building in this case was a breeze despite the small form factor.