My dream PC build. Main uses: Intensive After Effects and gaming.
I went for a slick, RGB design, it it turned out excellent. I love how the case looks, and also the screen on the AIO is cool/
It achieves 120+ fps on Modern Warfare at 1440p, max settings, with RTX on. Impressive stuff.
Great CPU. But I am getting unusually high voltages (1.3+). It never goes down.
I love the screen and overall physical design. But the software is horrible. Sometimes everything is rotated 90 degrees for no apparent reason, and sometimes the program just crashes. There aren't many customization features either. The fans look good but the lighting effects are mediocre.
Great mobo. Only complaint is how unorganised the BIOS is.
Great RAM. RGB effects look amazing. One thing I would look out for is that when the colour is set to white, the RAM has weird colour marks on it. It is definitely a hardware issue.
Great NVME SSD for a (relatively) affordable price. Opted for the 2TB version so I only need one drive. The speeds are up to the standard of Samsung's NVMEs.
The best RTX 2080. It was also the cheapest for some reason. RGB is out of this world. One gripe is that the included anti-sag stand doesn't do anything. I even put it 1 slot below (intead of 2) and the thing didn't even touch the GPU. I eventually took it off, since the sagging wasn't that bad and my mobo has armoured PCIe slots.
The best looking case in my opinion. The three included LL120 and Commander Pro make it a great value. A really annoying thing was that whoever made this case stuck the Commander Pro and RGB Hub to the back of the case with 3M tape, and it was literally impossible to get off (without damaging the case). I had to settle for slightly worse cable management.
One of the best PSUs. Had no issues and is silent.
The best RGB fans. The software is the best of its kind. I just don't like how you can see the individual LED's in the fans. They could have diffused it better.