I'm not currently home, so my set up is... janky to say the least. Build is for mostly gaming and VR with some light streaming here and there.
Upgrading from a i5-7600k/ 1070. The increase in performance has actually been larger than I was expecting, with some games seeing like a 70- 80% increase in performance at 1440p.
Everything is running awesome and the build went quite smoothly, this is my second ITX build so i was ready for the annoyance of getting some cables plugged in.
CPU: Fantastic, just an awesome value and a noticable upgrade over my i5. It may be a little slower in gaming, but it just handles everything I've tried so far remarkably well. Stays fairly cool even in ITX with the stock Wraith Cooler. Haven't touched OC'ing at all, even with PBO.
Mobo: Works well, software is easy to use and the BIOS is clean. Very nice build quality and the built in WiFi and 2 M.2 ports are awesome.
Memory: Havent tried OC'ing it aside from setting XMP to 3200 mhz. Will attempt to maybe get it to 3600 sometime in the near future. Seems fine, the lights are pretty.
Storage: Its fast, not a hugely noticeable difference from my other M.2 Drive. (SATA Crucial MX500 )
GPU: its amazing, what can I say? I originally wanted the EVGA XC Gaming, but it went out of stock everywhere the day before i could purchase the card. Found the Founders Edition on Best Buy for $500 and im glad i did. Its gorgeous and cool quite well! Plus, the new Modern Warfare is shaping up to be awesome. Also have not attempted an OC on this yet.
Case: Easy to work with, kinda large for an ITX case, but i really just liked the look of it and the RGB. Plenty of space for all my components, even with an ATX PSU.
PSU: It supplies power, kind of wish i had gone for an SFX PSU. But I bought it a bit beforehand and the temps seem fine.
I'm running it all on a Dell S2716DGR 27.0" and its fantastic. Second monitor is a 1080p/144hz that used to be my primary. Cant use it at 144hz anymore because it requires DVI, but it does the job well enough. The new Modern Warfare seems to stay stable around 110-120 for the most part maxed out at 1440p (no RTX obv).
Overall, im in love with this build and had a fantastic time picking out and working on it. Really need to stress test some more games, my biggest bottleneck is my internet!
P.S. Does anyone have any experience getting the Wraith Prism to show up in RGB Sync? Its plugged in via the RGB header into the mobo since I didn't have a free usb 2.0 header due to the NZXT Smart Device. I cant change the color of the cooler and its frustrating!