I agree with everyone saying this build is beautiful, because it absolutely is. Of course, looks don't always translate to performance. Air cooled GPUs in vertical mounts are generally a bad idea, unless you mount it farther from the side panel with something like a three-slot mount or an aftermarket kit. And unfortunately with the way the fan mounts and front panel work on this original H500P, there's really not much in the way of airflow for those 200mm fans, which thankfully Cooler Master changed on their sequels, the H500P Mesh and H500M. Still, this is a gorgeous computer. Well done!
I understand where you're coming from, but the money I would've saved on other parts wouldn't have been enough to go through on a brand new motherboard, CPU, and RAM. I really only got the expensive Strix card because I knew it had very high manufacturing quality (and I like how it looks). Cable management isn't that easy since the PSU is non-modular, and one of the front fans had a cable that I had to reroute to get the the motherboard.
I know, but I’m saving up now for Ryzen 3000. That said I’m not having any issues so far.