Datacap warning, allthough if you are reading this, it is probably too late
CPU - Ryzen 7 1700X
Cooler - Noctua NH-U12S (important: AM4 mounting kit)
Motherboard - ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4
RAM - Corsair Vengance LPX 3200MHz 2x8GB
GPU - Sapphire R9 Fury
SSD - Samsung 850Evo 250GB
HDD - WesternDigital Black 2TB
Case - Corsair Carbide 300R windowed
Optical Drive - LG BluRay RW something something
PSU - Seasonic M12II 750W
Now for the build log:
Stripped down case:
Harddrives and trays:
Now for the mainboard. Comes with a load of stuff:
Testfit of the cooler. At this point, I went through rage, self-doubt, doubt in Noctua, etc.
Then I remembered the kit I had laying just to the side
So I went to remove the default mounting bar from the cooler:
And installed the parts provided by the AM4 kit. Then I testfitted again. Everything lined up.
Little game. Which of these three tools is provided by noctua?
The top one is my screwdriver, the bottom one is an ikea tool.
Mainboard with CPU, Heatsink and RAM:
And then the shit hit the fan. Between the picture above and the one below are roughly fourty minutes of doubt. Turns out I had not clicked the bottom right corner of the IO-shield in all the way, DERP!
Also: Beautyshot of my R9 Fury taken from my old rig
Time for some cable-cluttering!
And mostly done (I will wonder later why the front panel USB headers don´t work DERP!):
Behind the motherboard tray:
During the second boot. Notice the plugged in front panel USB connector: