Built solely for gaming and occasional spreadsheet work. The build is very silent and even under long load remains fairly cool.
The very last picture with the blue RGB was how I originally built it a month ago. I was cooling the 2700x with a Kraken M22 AIO and all Noctua Redux fans, but was seeing temperatures close to 90C when overclocking. I repasted and found the AIO just couldn't handle the heat. Temperatures when gaming were lower, sitting around 80C, but was not comfortable running like that using an AIO. The GPU in that picture is also a 1080 Ti, which I've since switched out for the 2080 Ti. I moved the G12 and AIO used on that to the new GPU.
That's when I upgraded to the Dark Rock Pro 4 and all Be Quiet! fans. I feel these fans run quieter than the Noctua Redux ones and the CPU cooler also runs a lot cooler than the Kraken M22. Under max load I'm seeing 74C, and that's with a 4.2Ghz overclock on all cores.
For the 2080 Ti I decided to keep the backplate and front plate to help cool the other components on the card. The front plate also has built in VRM cooling, which I assisted by adding some black aluminum heat sinks. I had to make a small modification to the G12 brackets so they would fit inside the front plate cutout. You can see in the picture I shaved off the corners of the brackets. I used a cutoff wheel and only took a few minutes. Doesn't look professional but you can't see the brackets anyway once installed. The AIO tubes were routed downward behind the GPU power cables so that's why you can't see them. Originally wanted them facing upwards like they are pictured in the product page in nzxt.com, but the tubes weren't long enough.
For RAM I used the Flare X because they're Samsung b-die and Ryzen chips run better with higher quality RAM which can overclock well past their advertised speed.
UPDATE: I've sold the 2700x, X470-I, H200i, and Sandisk SSD. I've upgraded to the 3900X, ROG Crosshair VIII Impact, H210i, and Sabrent Rocket 1TB for the secondary drive. I didn't post updated pictures since the build remains the same aesthetically. The H210i is a minor upgrade functionally and not in the looks department.
If you have any questions please let me know in the comments!