Sorry, was offering my usual not-so-subtle rebuttal on Dronemachine's typical bogus mantra rants about claims/inference that a virtually silent Intel build is not viable, despite many of the Ryzen/AM4 rigs using the exact same fans and coolers as socket 1151/2011/2066 rigs.... My 7700K w/Z270 using a Noctua NH-D15 cooler based-build is as near silent as any I've run across.... In his mind, any cooler attached to an Intel cpu with a 91 watt TDP is a virtual hairdryer of a noise-maker as opposed to being attached to a 90 watt TDP 1800X. (Not recommending the 7700K for your usage scenario, merely rebuffing his baseless somewhat biased assertions.... and by somewhat biased, I mean always. He will *always* recommend a $100 more expensive AMD rig and then make excuses/allowances for why it burns more power and is 10-30% slower, gaming- wise. (Despite his claims 3 months ago that ' Ryzen is not a gaming processor', it will always be his choice for anyone, their speed or gaming framerate needs seemingly somewhat forgotten...or disregarded, not sure which.)
Drillingmachine's claims derive from the toothpaste intel uses under their cpu heat spreaders. Delidding the chip and putting good stuff under the IHS yields a 20C difference on the i7 7700k. Yes, you are correct, you could have a silent intel build but the Ryzen 7 1700 is faster multicore than the 7700k, it is cooler (65W tdp vs i7's 91W tdp) and has more upgrade possibilities (am4 will be used until 2020, whereas the intel socket is changed every other year).
The only thing I would change with Drillingmachine's partlist is to add some quiet fans.