I use this for a lot of school work, comp sci major of course, and a ton of gaming. Streams and record with very little effort, if I actually had the energy to do such a thing regularly.
Truly hated how the fans of the case have to come out in order to install the motherboard as the fit was extremely tight. Also the aio is a little bit big in terms of the length of the pipes as they are really squished up against the glass.
Overall the system is stable, cpu is just clocked to run at 3.9 ghz rather than 3.7ghz but does boost up as needed. Ram is overclocked to 3200mhz and the gpu takes 2000mhz without any problems in terms of temp or artifacting.
This is an update of my first build with some ssds removed and boot drive replaced to be an m.2 drive, along with a new gpu.
Will update the pictures asap still using pics of the old build with the crappy SSD PLUS as a boot drive