Ryzen 2700x: Great piece of metal. Handles gaming and streaming my games on very high settings with most games at 720p 60fps while im playing at 144fps in game. Can't complain. Was looking into i9s and i7s but the AM4 socket looks too promising for the next couple years.
ML360R: This my first AIO liquid cooler and liquid cooler in general, so I'm not sure what to expect. Seems a little "girgley" at times wouldn't say its terribly loud but I can here it, though, my computer is on my desk next to my head.
Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut: It's thermal paste! And I believe its not electronically conductive which makes me feel comfortable. comes with a spatula that I think is the worst way to apply thermal compound but to each his own. I just used a small pea size drop and put the cooler on. (after sloppily trying the spatula method and ended up redoing it in attempt to lower reportedly false temps from programs other than the AMD Ryzen Master program)
MSI X470 Gaming M7 AC: Seems to have a nice bios, lots of features I'm not to sure of yet. Had to turn off the overclock thing that was on by default that kept my CPU at 4ghz which was kinda of bad imo but easy fix. Not very much rgb lighting on the board which isn't bad I like it. Wifi is kinda cool.
G.Skill Trident Z Rgb 3200: It was on sale and rgb and 3200mhz! Looks really cool in its default lighting orientation. Uninstalled msi mystic light because it made the rame very "choppy" so to say when changing colors.
Samsung 970 pro M.2 1tb: Fast! Easy install. How fast is almost $400 compared to $150 ssd? I don't know but no turning back now. :D
2x MSI 1080 Duke OC: Bought these used on ebay. At first I had two nvidia founders edition(used) 1080's but since my case is on my desk it got a litte loud for my tastes. I also wanted a card that would take advantage of the airflow in my case. Matched the motherboard with the Dukes and I am pleased with the temps and level of sound they make under load. They are a lot longer at 410mm or so, thus making me purchase the support by cooler master.
Cooler Master h500m: Case is beautiful, usb type c connecter is far to short for my motherboard and i'll probably never be able to use it as neither I or anyone else has come up with a solution for an extension for this. Lots of airflow and tempered glass on top and backside unlike the 500 mesh. The little computer thingy is confusing and didn't leave any room to connect my added 140mm argb fan without buying more connectors, luckily the cooler came with a computer that I connected everything too, abandoning the original rgb contoller. Big ol mess of wires for the fans but the cases panels on the back made it pretty easy to hide but still takes some effort.
Cooler Master v850: The calculator(s) show that I'm pulling less than 700 watts so I figured 850w gold would be fine. Haven't had a problem.
Cooler Master Mf140 argb fan: Threw out the black one for more purdy colors.
Cooler Master vga holder thingy: Goodbye gpu sag! magnetic feet makes it nice and sturdy with its metal construction and screw in rods for adjusting the height somewhat.
MSI SLI HB Bridge: High quality bridge to match. Lights up white. Looks nice.