Wanted a 3700X originally but missed it twice in the rush. Settled for a 3600 since it's a big upgrade from my prior CPU, the i5-2500k, and leaves me room to grow if I decide I want a larger core count.
It will get put to use as a casual gamer and the occasional Machine Learning tinker-toy.
Temps are under load with G-Sync enabled 3444*1440 @ 144Hz (Overwatch & Escape From Tarkov). XMP enabled but no voltage adjustments - just stock frequencies.
Challenges included not having a prior AM4 chip to upgrade the bios on the MSI Gaming Pro Carbon which, much to my chagrin, does NOT have a bios flash button (to flash w/out a CPU). Kept the case with the original two fans in exhaust setup as I've seen multiple reviews indicating additional intake fans don't help the case temperature. It's a bit warmer than I would prefer but within tolerances. The ambient temperature in the room is quite high as well (Seattle, nth floor apt with no AC in Summer).
Overall the performance is remarkable, especially for a $200 chip. I recommend it!