I was amazed by the idea of building a small factor build for gaming and working from home. After two weeks of research, I finally decided to go with the H200i by NZXT even when I ended up with not using the HUE light of the case.
I decided to go first time in my life with an AMD CPU, because it was bundled with "the Division 2" and even without had the highest value for the bucks compared to Intel's 8700K and 9600K. The cooler the CPU comes with is decent but I went with the Kraken X52 for its look. To fit the AIO correctly I used low profile Corsair RAM in white. Some people would prefer to have some RGB here, but I don't like RGB RAM that much.
The GPU was a tough decision, since I wasn't really sure about the space of the case + the AIO + GPU, because there are so many resources that tell different lengths. It ended up fitting perfectly! There is 6-7mm space left between the radiator and the GPU. The white of the GPU blends perfectly with the white of the case and the CableMod kit, while staying pretty cool (max. 72°C).
The cable management is not as easy as it sounds with this case, since there is not much space to store cables and stuff. I would highly recommend to go with a small size PSU like the SF600 from Corsair, to save some space in the bottom part.