This build has been in the making since July of 2018, when I decided to move on from my from my aging 4670K/GTX 970 build. I originally had a 1070 Ti in this build, but I was able to upgrade to the RTX 2080 after waiting over 3 months in the step up queue and paying a ridiculous amount for shipping (because Canada).
Aside from upgrading to the 2080, there were several things done to this PC from it's initial build date to now. I started by ordering a sheet of black rubber off of Amazon to create my own cable routing hole grommets and I used some glossy white comic book backing boards to cover the unused cable routing holes and unused SSD trays. I think both of these additions gave the build a much cleaner look.
After my initial customizations, I added the BitFenix cable kit and Phanteks LED strip, followed by the 500GB SSD and EKWB M.2 Heatsink (because my I didn't want the blue SSD visible in my otherwise black and white build). In December I helped my friend build his new PC (9900K/2080 Ti) and he purchased the same fans as me, so we did a trade of our extra corner vibration mounts so that I could have white corners on both sides of all of my fans and he could have black corners on his. Lastly, I ordered a set of clear CableMod combs for my BitFenix cables (the combs that came with look terrible) to make them look nice and neat.
I have the CPU overclocked to 4.9GHz on all cores at 1.31V, with no AVX offset and a cache ratio of 47. Sadly, my efforts to hit a stable 5.0GHz have failed unless I near the 1.4V mark and that is pointlessly high for an extra 100MHz. My 2080 is sitting at +140MHz on the core and +1300MHz on the memory.
Overall, I'm extremely pleased with how this build has turned out, especially because it's the first build of my own where I actually focused on the aesthetics because price really wasn't an issue this time around.