Built mainly as a machine to play around with game dev stuff: unity, blender, etc. Ended up pleasantly surprised with how much benefit RTX brought when baking lights in unity using Bakery Lightmapper.
Used MLC Phoenix to cool the gpu, with fans/pump at ~40% the gpu tops at 70C, while i usually try to keep it at ~60 for better clocks. In hindsight - should've grabbed the 360 rad.
In the end:
- Really pleased with the RS 185 headphones, using them with Antlion ModMic Wireless for no-compromise wireless setup
- The case turned out to be just bigh enough for the MLC Phoenix to be fit comfortably (it's a really thic part)
- be quiet! Silent Loop 240 sometimes gets "stuck" and i have to power-cycle the pc for it to start working, considering replacing it
- The final build isn't such a rainbow, but due to its positioning (for vr cables) - the window gets covered by the second monitor on an arm
Note to self: EKWB Vector Strix waterblock has non-addressable LEDs, which didn't work with my ROG Terminal. Ordered a cheapo sata-powered controller to have the waterblock light up.