I build myself a second portable system for video editing. I'm really happy with how the build turned out. Motherboard looks great and comes with extensions for HD audio and front panel connectors. HD audio connector requires removal of cover which needs to be done before installing radiator. HD audio extension cable extensor is short and is on view over motherboard. I secured this out of view with double sized tape behind CPU fan. The is no USB-C front panel connector on this motherboard so I was unable to connect up this case cable. Remember to install CPU power cable and HD Audio cable before radiator. RAM runs at 3600MHz. I only installed the front M.2 SSD which is well cooled. No cooling on rear and would need to remove motherboard to install. Team force SSD looks great. Nvidia 2070 super allows installation of 2 Lian-Li BR120 Digital RGB fans as bottom intake but there is only about 2mm clearance so any thicker GPU and you won't be able to fit these fans. All three fans set as intake which means you can't see the front of the fans which is disappointing as they look amazing (much nice than the corsair LL120 I have in my other build). Motherboard controls fans RGB well. You need a triple RGB splitter to plug in SSD, case fans and cpu fan in to the single addressable RGB socket (CPU cooler supplies a double splitter). Triple fan pack comes with 6 fan hub which is useful as motherboard only has one case fan socket. CPU cooler looks great and is very well built. RGB fan matches well with Lian Li fans.
I had an old 240gb crucial ssd so added this and got a cover for coldzero to cover it up. There are 2 sata disk mounts in the case.
The biggest issue I had with the case was cable management. The PSU cables are designed to run straight up to the top of the case and this area is designed for cable management. The cables that come with the PSU are too short to allow this so you need extensions/custom cables to prevent you having to directly run the cables to the parts in the case. You need to run the cables from the top of the case straight down into the case rather than going down the back and then in from the back. I spent 2-3 hours trying different combinations, but when the custom cable ran from top to back the real panel wouldn't close (the joint between PSU cable and custom cable was in the top of the case so only the custom cable prevented the real of the case from closing). If doing again I would get custom cables rather than extensions as I can barely close the top of the case. Case front window has blacked out area to hide cables coming out of PSU. The only other issue is that the power on/off switch is behind the real panel so the only was to turn off the computer is with the wall switch.