Decided that it was already time to build a new PC. Had a decent machine before with a i5 7400 and GTX 1060, but got the OMEN monitor and wasn't having a fun time on 1440p with it.
Instead of just upgrading what I had, I decided to build a new one since I had the funds to do what I wanted this time. It wasn't the worst to build in. I got it setup with only two fans at first, one on the back and one on the radiator, and noticed the temps were pretty bad. Did an AIDA test and the temps were in the 70s. Played battlefield 1 and the temps went to 80+. So I decided to turn the AIO horizontally so that I could fit the 3rd fan and then temps were much better. Idles 30 and highest it really goes on certain games is 70c so I'm not gonna complain anymore.
Very happy with the case and it doesn't get too loud. I've heard different things about the NZXT AIOs so I'm waiting to see how this one works out. I didn't know if I wanted a AIO or not so I have a spare darkpro4 just in case it decides to go out on me. Overall, build was enjoyable and I have no issues whatsoever.
EDIT: After gaming for many months, I have overclocked my CPU and I did end up placing the fan on the front of the case instead of behind the radiator. So far, temps are still great. Doesn't ever really get over 80 constantly, though is does spike. Just figured I'd throw some more info out there.