More pictures of the build process: https://imgur.com/a/i7NTBp7
9600k: works well, working on overclocking right now, hoping to get 5ghz at around 1.35v to be stable. update: I was able to get it stable at 5ghz at 1.365v llc level 6 which is the second highest on my mobo. However temps during stress testing would be high 80's (I used realbench, prime 95 would fail constantly) and in the mid to low 80's during game. This was a little too hot for my liking so I've settled on 4.8ghz at 1.28 llc level 6 and temps are in the high 60's during game, sometimes getting to 70. I also used cinebench and OCCT stress test as well. OCCT has a really nice layout and I would recommend it.
Dark rock 4: keeps the chip cool even when stress testing for stability. Looks great and is silent when doing light tasks and quiet during heavy load.
Z390-I: good motherboard. Expensive but it does everything I want it to do and the bios has been pretty easy to use.
Ram: works as indended. I just wish I didn't pay so much for them back when ram was really expensive. I've had this computer for close to a year and so I've had most all these parts since last winter.
970 Evo: great ssd, no issues.
RX 580 Strix: works well but i definitely over payed.
TU 150: The new part that inspired this new complete build. Really like the way it looks and the layout seems really good for air cooling. The handle is sturdy and the case is well made with quality side panels and a good latching mechanism.
PSU: Great psu, the cables are long enough for this case thankfully with the cpu cable routed above the case by the handle. I have never heard the fan turn on which is nice.
Fans: great fans that are very quiet at low speeds and not too loud when turned up. This is good as it is inaudible when browsing, video watching, school work is being done and the in game music and sound usually drowns out the fan noise.
Monitor: So far my experience has been positive and I would recommend it for the price.
Keyboard: I like the brown switches and volume scroll bar. No issues.
Mouse: A little small for my hands but the buttons are really good and the scroll wheel with the infinite scrolling option is very handy.
Headphones: Great headphones, not much else to say.
Speakers: Work well enough. There is some faint static noise that can be annoying if nothing is playing.