At first I started building my own pc back on 2015. My CPU were i7 4790k and a gigabyte 980 TI
On BIG case which I totally forgot the name of the case.
So I rebuild everything from cpu/case/ram, gpu ect.
The motherboard: At first I was thinking over either go for the asus maximus code or formula, code had the things I ever needed for a motherboard but then the back plate on back of asus maximus formula caught me and you can also water cool with the Formula which is a plus. Looks great also.
CPU: This may not be the latest CPU but it does get the job done. I did pick a Rockit Cool's kit and decided to try delidding. The Temp are about 17 degrees cooler at 10 at idle. At this time I never did try to overclocked the CPU as I dont' feel that's never needed.
CPU Cooler: I went ahead and picked up a NZXT Kraken 62. This cooler is amazing from the functionality and appearance. It performs very well and RGB is the way to go to make the system stand out.
RAM; At first I did picked up a 4 corsair ram stick from Newegg which was the Corsair Vengeance RGB. I was building a Red and black theme so I decided to switch over to Corsair Dominator Platinum ROG. This looks great on the system and fast as well.
GPU: I went with a 2 MSI 1080 TI. This is overkill for what I am doing with the system and with a 1440p 144hz monitor. It does look awesome but SLI when gaming is not needed as sometimes it degrades the fps depending the the game I was playing.
Storage: I went with a 240GB for my windows 1 Western Digital 1TB SSD for my storage and 1 500GB samsung Evo 960 for gaming and or Video editing.
Case: The Phanteks Evol TG, this case has it all from aesthetics and functionality. It goes perfect with a red and black theme.
Fans: I did 1 140 Noctua from the back for exhaust and 9 Noctua 120NF from the upper exhaust and 2 installed from the front radiator and 3 from back for push and pull configuration. The Temps are perfect for the CPU 27C on idle and 39c on low load. GPU temps from 30C on ilde and 50C on gaming load.
Power Supply: The Corsair AX1200 may be enough for this build as I have not encounter with power loss from the SLI and the rest of the other parts.
Other Peripheral are the Asus Rog Swift along with corsair RGB keyboard, mouse and mouse pad. Also installed a RGB Strips.
Any feedback will be greatly appreciated. I will continue to upgrade this when a new graphics card release.
Thanks for looking!