Thanks for the feedback! I don't really intend on overclocking this machine. I don't know much about it and with what I'm putting in this computer it seems plenty powerful enough for the gaming I'll be doing on it. I wanted to go with the NZXT Kraken 280mm but since I picked a Corsair case and RAM I wanted to keep it all in the same brand for the cooler too. Like you said if I'm not overclocking the H100 should be good so I think I'll be ok. I do agree RGB is overrated! But I want my build to look sorta flashy and my budget it $2,000 so I had the flexibility on the RGB so why not? I'm sure the RAM you suggested would be great as well but I had the money to spend on the RGB. I think for storage I've decided on 1TB WD SSD for the OS and any games I'll install, 1TB should be enough for the games I'll be installing but if it isn't I can use the 2TB HDD I picked out for a backup I guess. I don't think I'll need much more than 1TB but all the SSD does is improve loadtime so I'll manage what I put on the SSD and what I put on my HDD.
1TB should be enough... if you don't play CoD! I think Modern Warfare is up to about 230GB by itself, and so many newer games I've purchased are 70-80GB+. It's pretty crazy how huge some titles have gotten. Build looks pretty good overall. Only thing I'll say is that if you're not planning on overclocking at all, getting one of the k-series CPUs is kind of pointless. There's a reason they're unlocked! You might as well just get the normal i7-10700 instead and save that $50 to apply it to something else in your build. The 10700k does have higher boost clocks at stock settings but it won't make a drastic difference.
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