Used this for gaming, video editing, photoshop and rendering. I couldn't get the 7900x to OC to 4.7GHz even though I played with the BIOS settings. When the CPU is at 100%, the fans ramped up to 3000RPM such that it was insanely loud so I used the Noctua 80mm fan for the CPU header while keeping the fans at 1800 RPM, which was quiet enough. The liquid temps only went up to 47 degrees so that tells alot about the poor TIM that Intel used. However, I wouldn't go to Ryzen after my experience with the 1800x, which didn't meet my needs, hence redid this build with a 7900x. I got the 960 Pro because it came with a free 27 inch curved Samsung monitor. The speakers are the AudioEngine HD6 instead of the listed A5+.
The Noctua fan is for the 2 m.2 ssds mounted on the dimm.2 slot.
Yes cable management is showing but once the tempered glass is back on, the cable can't be seen. Yes I could use the included PSU shroud but I wanted to see my AX1200W PSU. Eevee is the best.
Edit 11/03/18: Shifted the 80mm Noctua fan to the top and shifted the position of the fans Current Config: Top: 2x140mm Noctua PPC3000 Read: 1x 140mm Noctua PPC3000 Front: 3x 140mm Corsair ML140 Pro Red Bottom: 2x 140mm NZXT Stock cooler PWM fans
Edit 13/03/18 Delidded the 7900X with rockit tool 99 and applied Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut Temperatures reduced and managed OC stable to 4.7 but still throttles under prime 95, dropping to 4.5GHz. OC to 4.8 constantly gives watchdog BSOD.