I wanted a clean build I could use to replace my aging MacBook. I wanted something that would (eventually) be easily setup as a Hackintosh. I was going to go with the 7700K but was very impressed with the 8600K and opted to go for that instead.
I had some time and shopped around on CL for lightly used parts (like the memory and monitor) in order to save some cash along the way.
Temps with the 8600K and the H75 are ice cold. It sits at mid 20's at idle and haven't ever seen CPU go higher than 50C. I don't have an overclock yet but plan on OCing once the build starts to show its age. Case temps sit around 32C under full load. GPU at 100% tops out at 70C. Fans run ~50% at max and are still quite unnoticeable.
All in all, super happy with the thermals and the sound levels out of this build.
Awesome processor if you can find one at or near MSRP. Temps are much improved over Kaby Lake from what I've seen and performance is awesome. Mine sits at mid 20's C at idle and hasn't peaked higher than 50C.
Great form factor and super easy to install. Keeps my 8600K at 25C idle and under 50C at load with stock paste and ~50% fan speeds.
Good card for the price. The dual fans on mine are slightly mismatched in RPMs and so it makes a "beating" sound at a certain load (kind of like a wobble) but it's not noticeable enough to be a bother. Temps are awesome (peaks at 70C at 100% load) and overall fans aren't too high-pitched.