The Define C TG case is brand-new from Fractal Design, and represents their first case with tempered glass. I ordered mine the day it was announced and available.
At the core of this build is a Ryzen 7 1700, overclocked to 3.8GHz with a modest 1.23V vcore. (This thing can also undervolt like a champ.)
The CPU is being cooled by a Corsair H110 AIO cooler, whose stock fans have been replaced with 140mm Noctua Redux high static pressure 1200rpm PWM-controllable fans - very quiet.
GSkill TridentZ RGB 3600MHz RAM (Samsung B-Die confirmed) is currently running at 3466MHz with CAS16 timings.
The ASUS Strix X370-F motherboard is a new release and only just started shipping. It replaces a Prime X370-Pro.
The motherboard tray of the case has been "enhanced" with custom-fit adhesive LED strips. Using 4-pin LED extension cables and right-angle connectors, a perimeter of LED illumination was created that casts an underglow from beneath the motherboard out the edges, for a very subtle and elegant layered illumination effect, which also illuminates the sound isolation trace on the motherboard's audio section.
The glass of the Define C TG case will also be tinted using automotive tint to a 60% transmission, to soften some of the interior details.
I have three different tiers of storage currently, but the NVMe SSD is for operating system, working files in Adobe Lightroom, Hyper-V virtual machines, and games I'm actively playing; the older SATA3 SSD was replaced by the NVMe; and a WD Black HDD which was for backups and ISOs, however most of that data has been migrated to a Synology NAS.
A little more detail about my desk: http://imgur.com/a/Dr7Rd
Photos have been updated -- the first 8 photos are after I had the glass side panel tinted.