Hi guys! I just built my first gaming PC and I want to say that I had fun building it. There's a lot of heart-pumping moments when deciding which parts should I buy. Especially on GPU, as I heard the news about the RTX cards dying within a week/month. Buying a brand new 1070 TI or a used 1080 or 1080 TI came into my mind but looking into the prices on that time, 2070 is the best choice for my budget so yeah. And for a month of playing 1440p in Ultra settings without overclocking (I don't want to overclock anything on my PC), my gpu still works fine so I hope this would last for 3 years or so. As for the CPU cooler, I bought the NH-D15S as I really like the reviews on Noctua but the beige-ness color of their fans messes with my clean looking setup so I decided to buy the Noctua NF-A15 HS-PWM chromax.black.swap 140mm and Noctua NA-HC4 chromax.white heatsink covers. After I installed those two to my cooler, I noticed that as I put the glass cover of the NZXT H500 case, it touches the heatsink cover (Included some pictures). I don't know if it's okay but you don't need to exert a lot of force when closing it. I know it sounds scary but it works and you would love the clean looks of the Noctua Cooler with Chromax compared the ones without it. Before I forget, I actually removed the top exhaust fan before I put my cpu cooler as it won't be useful for me in this case but I put it together with the beige fan I replaced from cpu cooler as front intake fans which turns out to be perfect as I got to use all my fans thinking it would be not because I didn't get to plan on this part haha.
Thanks for reading guys! Sorry if my English is not good, it's my second language. I also included pictures(Night Sight Off and On) of what it looks like in the dark with the help of my Pixel 2 XL. Have a nice day!