I use my machine for gaming and development, running Ubuntu 18.04. The NZXT case was pretty amazing with some wonderful touches. The motherboard posts were already installed for ATX, the rear had ample room for easy cable management, it was very easy to position the cables. The case's front IO headers matched well to the motherboard, I was thankful I didn't have to go through single pin header finicky-ness. The build felt pretty easy to put together, ample room and so far running very stable.
Though I wasn't planning on having one anyways, the case has no slots for a disc drive, I'm glad for that. It gives it a much sleeker feel.
The Wraith cpu cooler included seems to work well and looks really pretty, but it seems a bit louder than I'm used to. I'm already considering a liquid AIO or Kraken in the hopes of keeping the cpu temps a bit lower on average. The motherboard had some other nice small touches, for instance stickers for the CMOS battery and nice RGB lighting for the onboard NIC housing. Speaking of RGB, the EVGA card has sweet blue light-lettering on the outter edge. Really nice.
Seems to work real well. The wraith cpu fan is nice and has some pretty RGB. It is a bit louder than I'm used to, though.
Great seeming motherboard with good space. Nice small touches included, for instance CMOS battery sticker and RGB on the ethernet cover.
Good ram? shrug Runs at 2133 with all settings on Auto.
Holds bits, holds 'em fast from what I can tell.
Feels pricey, but seems to work great. I like the additional LED lettering on the outter edge.
Pretty happy with this case overall. It made building a breeze, from the spacing, small touches and having the ATX posts pre installed. Accessing both side panels is very easy. 5/5, would buy again.
So far, powers things well. No complaints and matches the case coloring.