Built to act as a main editing workstation for Adobe suite (Lightroom, Photoshop and Premiere) with a secondary focus on being able to Freesync game at 4k@60.
The build went really, well, the case is easy to work with and has lots of clearance for cable routing. The motherboard headers are well postioned for case fans and USB. The Noctua cooler was a bit of a hassle to put in due to its size.
After installing windows and sorting out drivers, the only issue currently is that the RAM is sitting at 2123MHz instead of the listed 2667MHz. This may be a BIOS issue with the new Ryzen processors however.
If you're looking for a Ryzen and will be using a custom cooler. There's little reason beyond binning to go for the 1800X
Fantastic cooling performance, pain in the *** to mount in tighter cases.
Fan and USB headers are in fantastic places for the case used. BIOS doesn't let my RAM currently run at full speed.
Solid performance 4K@60 Freesync in most games I've tested, great bang-for-buck GPU, fans are a little weedy for the TDP but run quieter than the Noctua fans on my CPU cooler
Sexy looking case, cool top led temp readout and fan controller, rear clearance for cable management is tight. Especially for the ATX power cable.
Edit 06/06/17 No, this case has a major ventilation flaw, the front intake fans have a massively choked air supply caused by the front vents not feeding directly into the case, as a result I have been getting VRM overheating on my GPU to the point where I've had the run the pc with the side panel off just to get enough airflow for the Graphics. Will be drilling holes into the removable white front panel to hopefully improve intake air