I created this machine for Architectural Rendering as well as Gaming and as my primary computer to centralize all my files and whatnot. I wanted a fully RGB build because I love aesthetics (Hence why I am studying Architecture) and I find RGB's to be useful as it allows me to switch up my PC colour scheme and also let others in the house know not to touch or turn off my computer (Pure Blue front fans mean don't tough it if I am away from my room).
I hope you like it and I hope it inspires you.
Problems and things I would change looking back:
As beautiful as the MSI motherboard is (And good for overclocking), there are only 7 available colours and I can't have it flow in full RGB. Very dissapointing that they didn't let this be a feature for some odd reason.
RGB Control over the front fans is terrible. No software to set custom colours and I generally have to keep the build to a certain theme based off these lights.
My computer is extremely unstable when I turn on XMP. I dont know why but the 3000Mhz ram is wasted at 2166Mhz.
Due to their **** software, one of my RAM sticks stopped lighting up and the app broke the lighting and I have to RMA one of my ram sticks. G.skill's software is just overall terrible and I recommend just using aura sync.
The whites between different RGB components don't match (the GPU is a stupid light purple colour for white for some reason).
TL;DR: Make sure you check reviews for your potential RGB products as often the RGB software is written by 5 year olds.
Bonus video of my setup! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7MoNyoQwcI (I have since changed the desktop layout which is another video on my channel).