I do a lot of Photoshop photo editing, some Premiere work, some gaming. I haven't built a PC in 8+ years (old one is still running fine, but a little slow). I was pleased with how this build turned out. I wanted something that didn't look like an 18 year-old was using it for WoW; I liked the clean lines of the Phanteks Enthoo Luxe case.
I purchased some BitFenix white sleeved cabling and laced the cables for a tidier look. (If you are interested in Cable Lacing, this was the easiest method I found: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIr9u-sr99g Thanks to Alpen Wasser for the tutorial. I ended up using white waxed beading thread as it was strong, easy to use and hard to spot.)
I went overboard on storage as I had gotten a couple of 2 Terabyte Samsung SSD's several months ago on super sale, hoping to RAID 1 (mirror) them as the primary drive. (I don't have a lot of experience with SSD's and was worried about the longevity. I tend to RAID my HDDs anyway, for safety.) When I discovered that the chosen motherboard could accommodate a M.2 drive, I just had to do that. (The M.2 drive is the size of a stick of gum and can't even be seen under my video card, how cool is that?) I had already gotten a couple of other SSDs for Photoshop and Photoshop scratch disk use. I used a Blu-ray burner, a couple of HDDs for photo storage and a video card that I already had on hand. I bought the Phanteks extra LED string. I am not sure I need this or the LED fans. The case throws a lot of light already, it comes with a built-in string around the outside edge. You can control both strings from the front panel, switching through a number of color options. I had to fire it up before I installed it, just to see, and the heat (concentrated, since string comes rolled up) probably cooked the sticky strip as the sticky strip simply didn't work. I see a lot of complaints online. One guy drilled his case multiple times and used white zip ties to secure the lights. I ended up using white duct tape in between the LEDs. Seems to be holding. I ended up with a pair of 140mm fans on the front of the case blowing in, a 140 underneath blowing in, then a rear 140 high in the back blowing out and the 200 on top, above the CPU, blowing out. I am not overclocking, system is cool.
Last photo is a phone camera close-up of the clearance between the Mushkin RAM sticks and the fans on the Phanteks cooler. The fans can slide up or down to some extent when installed. Sliding them up too far can effect clearance in a smaller case and the fans end up blowing some of their cool air over the top of the radiator rather than through the leaves. I left a smidgen of air space between the RAM and the fan. I chose that Mushkin because it seemed lower profile than the other DDR4 Mushkin I considered. Mushkin has a great rep and honestly, I was trying to keep the build white, or black if I couldn't find white. The LEDs on the case can be cycled through a number of colors and the white components pick up the LED color like a chameleon.