This is my upgrade/overhaul build(Original Build: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/PdKZxr).
I have overclocked the CPU to a constant 3.6GHz.
Several parts are pulled from my previous build: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, ADATA 64GB, Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, Corsair CXM 750W, Lite-On, LG 29" 2560x1080.
AMD Ryzen 7 1700X: I went with the AMD Ryzen 7 1700X simple due to the price at the moment, I can easily overclock it to 1800X levels in the future should the need arise.
ARCTIC MX4: I swapped thermal paste from Arctic Silver to Arctic MX4, and so far I have been seeing much lower temps on my old FX-8350(Put into my wife's computer). It also seems to be doing a good job for the 1700X.
Asus STRIX X370-F G: This board is a more recent option from Asus on the Ryzen model. It has all the features I was looking for and doesn't break the bank for no good reason like the Asus - CROSSHAIR VI HERO. I would not recommend using the 5-way optimize feature on this board as it is very unstable.
G.Skill Ripjaws V Series DDR4-2400 x 16GB: Cheapest ram on the market at the time of purchase.
Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM: It's a hard drive... Not much else to say about it. I've had good luck with Barracuda drives.
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 TI DUKE OC: The highest factory overclock for the price at the time of purchase. So far it has been shredding everything I throw at it. It is truly VR Ready and can handle 4k gaming with ease.
Phanteks Enthoo Luxe: What can I say, great build quality. Toolless design with built-in cable management making your case look nice and tidy. The only fault I could find would be the extra power HUB mounted on the back of the case, I couldn't get it to work correctly and control my 4 pin fans, essentially put everything to max rpm. Good thing you don't really need to use it.
Summary: This build turned out very nice. Cost me roughly $1500 to upgrade, and should last another 4-5 years before needing a retool like my previous build. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, some of my choices were due to budget constraints. I will be getting an AIO water cooler around Christmas to clean up the inside of the case and get that massive CPU cooler out of the way.
Update: This build now has two 29" LG 21:9 screens stacked on top of each other. I have also added an M.2 Drive because I needed more SSD space for games(Thanks Comcast for the data cap that requires me to horde games like their the last copy ever), and the price difference for a SATA SSD was close enough that I figured why not increase my load speeds even further for my most played games/windows.