My basis for this build was something that was more compact that the prior builds I have had, while adding a sense of originality with color. I hadn't seen any builds use burgundy, so I just rolled with it, and I later recognized that white and burgundy are the colors of red velvet, so thus the name was born. Hand sleeving cables is a pain, but it's cool to know that you put your own blood sweat and tears into your build if you know what I mean. I got all the stuff from https://mainframecustom.com/ and Paul's Hardware videos for help. I also sprayed my fan beauty rings, for an extra accent. As for the hardware, I was able to get the i7 6700k up to 4.6 Ghz stable on the H100i, and I kept the 1080 stock, as it performs well out of the box with good temps.
For the rest of the setup, I have my Audio-Technica ATH-M50x's which I love dearly, as music is a large part of my life. As for the monitor, I love ultrawide, and was able to steal this LG for under 600 bucks on an amazon sale.
Thanks for taking a look!