This is a re-re-build of my Zen Clarity rig. It started with Wanting a Vega 64, then wanting Vengeance RGB Pro RAM, then using a 2700X I bought a while ago and never installed since I hate taking the glass panels off. Then I wanted to see the benefits of X470. I also hated the C6H and its seemingly unfixable cold boot bug. I wanted to move away from something that needed a beta BIOS monthly to be functionally normal. Could just be that I had a bad one, but that's all over with now. Going with the H150i was an aesthetic decision. I'm sure there's not a huge gap between the H100i V2 and the H150i Pro in terms of keeping Ryzen cool. A 360 rad just looks much better inside the case.
Things I loved about the build:
I might do the Cablemod vertical GPU adapter whenever they get the issue worked out with it and it goes back in stock. Not 100% sure though.
Update 12/2/2018 - The GPU is now vertical using the CableMod vertical mount kit. As for temps, they are within a couple of degrees of the normal mount. There are many misconceptions about having the GPU vertical. It's not the act of making it vertical that creates terrible temps, it's airflow (of lack thereof). There's several inches between the glass and the card with the Cablemod mount.
Replaced CX650M w/ my spare RM1000i so that I could use the cables. Extension would not have fit in the case. I did this for looks only. The CX650M was perfectly fine, though some would have you believe it should have exploded, lol.