This is the build I am more satisfied with than my previous builds. And I hope this is my stick with build. On weekends, I stream and game all in this PC build. Temps were respectable as well as clocks.
The only issue I deal with is the coil whine with my GPU. I have it overclocked to +100/+700 for now from afterburner.
Overall, I am happy with this build and I still plan to replace my 2700x to 3700x. For not only lower tdp, but also better 1080p performance. I feel it has to be that way because I stream and game on that resolution. My current CPU bottlenecks my 2060 super for 1080p. I seen some vids that I can get more than 90% GPU usage with new 3000 series AMD RYZEN CPU. Compared to 79-90% on low settings apex legends to get to 240hz.
For CPU performance, currently, it's great. I might hit the silicon lottery? I offset -0.07mv with level 1 oc (Asus bios) and 85°c throttle limit. I did it so it can remain cool with 92mm aio and still get great clocks.
During my streams, I often see 3.9-4.1ghz with about 70-83°c with both panels closed. My nvme and m.2 drives are below 55c. I'm ok with that.
I still have to manage better cable placement from psu to not put pressure on the noctua fan (on aio). Otherwise it makes a clicky noise. That's why I placed a modified fan grill to keep some pressure off the fan from psu cables.
ALSO: for those wondering how I got everything to fit, use the first 2 psu connection with both CPU and GPU. My GPU has only 1x 8-pin connection. Im not using any drives other than my m.2 and nvme. Less cables and easier to route the aio asetek 645lt tubes around the cables to the AMD CPU. I had trouble routing the tubes when the cpu power was connected on far side closest to the tubes under psu. And best to use unsleeved cables which I got from dreambigbyray at Etsy. Great seller and ships fast.
Currently, I'm still adjusting the psu cables so the GPU fits clean and doesn't put pressure on the intake aio fan that causes click noise.