This is a rebuild of one of my computers. I've switched out its case and in the process also replaced its AIO CPU cooler with a small custom loop. I also had to replace the GPU because the old one was too long.
I was looking for a budget case that fits a 280mm radiator in the front and the Phanteks P350X promised just that. Sadly it turned out that this was only possible by modding the the power button housing in a quite drastic way. I had to cut off the power button housing's backside and shorten the spacer pins that hold the small circuit board aswell as shorten the "actuating spacer" inside the power button itself. This was needed to compensate the buttons now shorter travel. Apart from that I can recommend that case for anybody who's looking for a budget case with built-in A-RGB and tempered glass side panel.
Maximum GPU length with a 29 mm thick radiator (+fans) and EK-XRES 100 SPC-60 MX Res-Pump combo mounted to the radiator is about 260mm plus a little headroom. The two radiator fans are controlled by an aquaero 6LT fan controller that runs a fan curve based on coolant temperature.
The exhaust fan in the back is a repurposed LL120 (LEDs are dead) fan and the case itself is lit by a Corsair Lightning Node Pro and two RGB strips that were left from my previous build.
*09.02.2019 CPU upgraded from R5 1600 to R7 2700x (running at stock)