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I build this setup for both work and gaming.
Im an Architect and I can say it works well with 3D modelling and rendering.
RGB also looks good.
Ryzen performs well and works at 80'C on load with an AMD Wraith Max RGB.
GPU runs at 40'C on idle and 50-70'C on load/gaming.
NZXT Aer RGB fans also looks good and are quiet.
AMD Wraith Max RGB is also quiet.
MSI Mortar Arctic also lets my G.Skill Trident Z RGB to run up to 2800MHz (stable) or 2933MHz (needs tweaking).
It can be easily changed if you update the bios of the motherboard.
Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 3.1 has both front and 1 side panel translucent for an RGB fan.
Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 3.1 can have 3x120mm fans (2 front, 1 back).
UPDATE: (Sept 27, 2017)
Added 2x120mm local LED intake fans in the front since adding more AERs RGB will be useless because they will be inverted (intake fans) and their RGB will be facing the front grill.
UPDATE: (Nov 29, 2017) Added 2 x NZXT Aer RGB Fans at the top of the case. Built a custom mount for them to be mounted.
Replaced the local LED fans with Thermaltake Riing Plus Premium 12cm Fans. Controller won't work on an AMD Ryzen system. Contacted Thermaltake and replace mine with a conpatible controller.
Great processor for the price
Great cooler with great color. Too bad the color effects are very few. Depends on motherboard
Booting up takes a bit longer
Good lights, good ram but does not OC well above 2800MHz
Silent and fast but there are more faster HDD
Fast and quiet
Clear panels are good but only has 3 fan slots
Great PSU. Quiet but the power cords are a little thick which makes the other side panel hard to put back in the case due to lack of space
Great and quiet RGB fan
Fans are okay. Software control won't work on an AMD Ryzen unless you have a new compatible controller.
Too expensive for a controller and RGB light strip. RGB lights looks good though
Do what it does for a few bucks. Has PWM mode
adds more internal usb support