CPU: Was able to easily overclock the Ryzen 5 2600 to 4.0 GHZ, but unfortunately was unable to get to the fabled 4.1 and 4.2 GHz this cpu is apparently capable of. Otherwise it runs very well as many would expect from Ryzen.
CPU Cooler: Admittedly unnecessary given the Ryzen 5 comes with a cpu cooler, I just really liked the way Corsair's AIO coolers look... Worth it for the aesthetic and I guess it keeps my CPU cool enough highest temps at full load were 67 C with 1.325 V running through cpu at 4.0 GHZ
MotherBoard: Looks good, for 100 dollars it is great for overclocking, easy to use BIOS for Zen+ Ryzen cpu's, and includes good looking heat sinks and RGB. I will say the colors can be a little off but with some playing around you can get a very wide range of colors. Some may question the decision to go mATX but it was 20 dollars cheaper than the ATX version and I personally don't notice the form factor aesthetic as much
RAM: Looks good, runs fast which is essential for Ryzen CPUs or so I have heard but on bench marks it almost always performs much better than expected. One thing is that I had to adjust the clock speed in the BIOS as it had automatically set Ram speed at 2133 instead of 3200
Storage: Good, fast not much else to say
GPU: Yet to overclock this at all as it seems unnecessary at the 1080p 144hz monitor I use it on, but in most game I get well over 100+ frames consistently. I was worried about it being too bulky when I saw photos of it but it looks great love the back plate etc.
Case: One of the best looking cases available in my opinion, good cable management, at 70 bucks I think it is well worth the deal. One minor complaint is that one of the SSD drive bay mounts in the back has a stand off screw protruding through it so I could only use one of the SSD mounts. I haven't seen anyone else complain about this, so it could be user error.
PSU: Completely unnecessary for my build, but I wanted white cables, and everywhere I looked the cost of a fully modular PSUs and the cost of custom cables was like 50 + 90 dollars. Maybe I didn't look hard enough but at 110 dollars this PSU was a significantly better deal for the aesthetic I wanted. However I dislike how the cables for the 24 pin and 8 pin are wrapped as opposed to individual cables with cable combs, but overall I still like the way it looks
Overall: This is my first ever PC build, I loved everything about the process. The computer runs incredibly well on every benchmark I have tested at 1080p 144Hz