I have been wanting to build a PC for the past 5 or so years until now. This is my first PC build so any criticism is appreciated. Yes alot of products are from corsair but I trust their quality as well as ASUS and T Force and Cooler Master. CPU: AMD R7 2700x is a great cpu for gaming and for my game design college courses that I will be taking soon. Mobo: its the nonwifi version of the ASUS crosshero VII, I have a 25ft Ethernet so Im covered in that aspect. Its a really great oc board for my needs and I highly recommend it to anyone. RAM: I wanted to have RAM that didnt look plain or that was an eye sore to look at. So RGB fixed that. CPU Cooler: I went with the Corsair H115i because I had the previous iteration from last generation which ran pretty smoothly. SSD: For now I have 2 500GB and in the near future will be looking to expand to buy 2 1TB SSDs to fill in the bottom 2 slots. I chose these because of their RGB capabilities and that they were selling cheaper than most. GPU: This was the most stressful part of the build, installation wise and choosing wise. Once the RTX line of gpus released I thought it would have been the perfect chance to buy a 1080ti only to find out that most if not all reviewers said that the RTX 2080 was not worth the initial cost and to chose/stay with an 1080ti. :( So after alot of consideration between a 2070 and 2080, I 2080 stole my heart so here we are. Case: Cooler Master Stryker was a great case from my previous PC (it was a prebuilt). They improved the cooling but didnt really prefect the design. The bottom fan is not fully visible and the pull out tray is gone. PSU: It was the only white PSU that was highly recommended. 850 was the same price as 750 which is either way more than enough to power my build. Fans: Since I had a big ecosystem of Corsair and these fans were recommended as well, why not?