This is a general purpose gaming and work build that I put together while hunting down deals in the weeks leading up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Overall I'm very happy with all of my components especially the Case and GPU. Case was great to build in and the GPU runs very cool in this case and fits like a glove.
I did run into a couple of issues:
The rear-chassis fan that came with the H200i was mounted in an intake configuration. This case is designed to work with negative-airflow and both the top and rear chasis fans must be setup in an exhaust configuration. I didn't notice this initially and my GPU load temps were in the low 80s (C).
Once I fixed the above, the GPU temps were more in-line with reported temps. The Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC card runs VERY cool and does super-well in this case, despite having only a few millimeters of clearance with the PSU shroud. The design of the case helps contribute greatly to the low temps, I'm sure.
There was only one USB 2.0 header on the motherboard, which was problematic because I needed 2: one for the H200i's built-in fan/lighting controller and another for the Ryzen's Wraith Prism RGB controls. I bought the little NZXT internal USB header splitter and that fixed the issue.