My first build, primarily to be used with gaming and 3D rendering. Wanted to do something D.Va inspired, currently planning out a MEKA logo cutout for the PSU shroud as well.
I went with a black/white/red theme for my components, my next steps are improving my cable management (definitely not hot rn), and swap some of the cabling out with some cleaner sleeved pieces in the near future.
What I liked about the build:
Going with the M.2 was really worth it, I had originally planned to mount an SSD elsewhere in the case but this cut down load times significantly. I still have an open spot by the Hue+, so I might still drop another SSD in there.
I switched from a Cooler Master HAF case to the NZXT H440 while I was collecting components for this one, while I liked the layout of the former option I just couldn't justify the bulk of the case being around my desk. Not enough room in the city for some of those big towers.
White case = great for RGB builds. All the white interior metal really shows off the lighting you're putting in the box.
No issues with the new Kraken model or the CAM software. A lot of people seemed to have challenges with one or the other, but mine came through just fine.
What I didn't like about the build:
The H440 case has a really tight clearance on the right side of the motherboard. It does have rubber grommets to pass cables through from the back, but it was near impossible to connect my USB3 header without needing to remove the motherboard to do so.
Using M.2 with this board prevents use of the first two SATA ports
The RMx750 saves a lot of hassle with the modular setup, but the cables ship in a pretty stiff and unruly condition. I had to give them some serious straightening TLC in order to use them without issue.
EDIT 1: Added more pics!