I built the computer for gaming at high frame rates and streaming. Originally the PC was build in a Fractal Design Focus G case and with an Gigabyte RX580 8 GB video card. I've loved building in Fractal Design cases thus far. They have excellent build quality and look great. I wouldn't purchase the Corsair fans again, as they cannot be software controlled, which makes it a royal pain to switch the colours. One of the reasons I swapped out the Gigabyte card was also due to its RGB software being subpar, with it often malfunctioning and defaulting to the rainbow puke mode. The Hue+ is great outside of the very thin, and fragile pins on the strips. I love the ryzen 1600, even if I lost the silicon lottery badly (at 1.35V it's only stable at 3.6 GHz). It encodes 1080p60FPS footage at slightly faster than real time. The only downside is that I'm usually CPU bound to around 90-100fps in most games other than FFXV since it's absurdly demanding.