CPU: Ryzen 5 2600x 6-core 3.6GHz - 4.2 GHz
GPU: Zotac GTX 1660 6gb
RAM: 2 x 8 gb (16GB)
STORAGE: 1 TB m.2 ssd
This being my first pc build im glad nothing went wrong and everything works well together.
Case: The case is awesome, it was super easy to build in and it came with pre-installed mobo risers which was nice. It came with 2 fans (non-rgb) and the easy to use thumb screws make tempered glass panel and back case cover removal a breeze. Also I didnt use any sata ssds but the can be stored out of site behind the motherboard. The only downfall I can see with this case right now would be the lack of air flow intake at the front but the temps aren't that bad.
Motherboard: Overall works really well. The only thing I can think of that is a bit annoying is the placement of the usb 3.0 connection being that I had to run the cable from the middle of the case instead of right beneath the motherboard.
Ram: discrete (black with a bit of yellow)
SSD: I like the m.2 alot. it made everything a bit more simple and is not very expensive. I had to take off the ugly blue sticker though, but that was easy.
GPU: The zotac gaming logo is ugly but the card itself performs well. The case also supports a graphic card to be set vertically if u buy a flexible PCle extension ($20 on amazon). Setting it vertical would hide the ugly logo and Green PCB leaving the sleek black fans to be shown. Something I might consider changing down the line.
Extra Case fans: The instructions on how these worked was so strange. I eventually figured them out tho. This pack is cheap and comes with three rgb fans. They work well and can be controlled from the motherboard.
Cpu Cooler: The installation of this was a little rocky for me, I'm sure anyone normal would be able to install it just fine but I kept misreading the angles of the pictures so I installed the brackets backwards but that was easy to correct.
I haven't done any stress tests yet but if it gains interest let me know and I can post them.