The Aorus Gaming 7 X399 Board I was using shorted out suddenly while I was reinstalling some XBoxOne controller drivers. I was about to give up on the Threadripper, but I noticed there was an inexpensive ASRock X399 mobo so I decided to at least check and see if the Threadripper still worked. (MicroCenter tested all the other parts and said they were fine.)
Figured if I was going to change my motherboard, I might as well do a new build from scratch so I threw everything into a P600s and voila. Just in time for Extra Life Game Day. Building was easy, but I took my time with it. I wanted to make sure it was nice and neat. Air cooling configuration is 4 Corsair ML140s; three for front intake and 1 rear exhaust. ML140s get a bit loud but I wanted better static pressure so I tolerate the additional noise.