I use it mostly for gaming and multitasking as well as managing a media server. I live in the Tropics so i'm pretty happy with the temperatures that i'm getting from my system after i modded my Case to allow one more 120mm exhaust fan at the top and modded the cable management bar so that i would not have to remove it (Aesthetics) and still have push pull at the front for my AIO. I also Modded the front to install a mesh intake since the S340 is a bit restrictive with intakes and i live in a warm region. I built my desk and speaker stands in about an hour in my little workshop, from some hardwood that i had lying around my yard and painted it white to match my build color. I even went and found a white monitor arm to try to get a more uniform Black and white mixture for my system. I have a temporary keyboard for now till my new Roccat Vulcan 120 Aimo RGB keyboard arrives in a couple weeks. I recently got a Asus X470 Prime Pro to upgrade my x370 Prime Pro but so far im very pleased with the X370's performance and will be keeping it instead and letting my little brother use the X470 in his upcoming Ryzen build. Also i heard the VRMs got a bit warm on the X470 Prime Pro so i'll stick with my decision until Zen 2 rolls around. All i have done is overclock the 2700x to 4.25GHZ, then OC'd my 3000mhz Ram to 3200mhz and kept the stock timings as i was able to maintain them after a couple attempts and was pretty satisfied; then I ran some overnight tests on AIDA64 and a couple hours of Memtest Runs from the Bios and everything else is stock including the GPU. I have no intentions of overclocking my GPU for a few measly FPS of maybe 5-10 and a lot of extra heat being dumped into my case. This pretty much chews through all the latest titles at 1440p Very high and Ultra settings at well above 80FPS so im golden. Far Cry 5, Assassins Creed Origins, Final Fantasy XV, BF1 all hit between 85-100FPS depending on the scene so thats perfect for me. Other titles like Doom, R6 Siege, that don't have environments that are as complex and are therefore less demanding all hit around 150FPS. Wont be upgrading GPUs till aftermarkets on the next gen GPUs get released maybe by the end of the year or even early next year.