Overall photo of the set-up, matching my lighting to my wallpaper.
With the tempered side panel on.
Verus with the tempered side panel off.
This was my first PC build, I thought I might as well make it a challenge and build in a mini-itx format. The NZXT H200i case was simple to build in, but not without problems. Mostly being that with Corsair's SFX PSU, the 24 pin and 8 pin cables were too short for the case, which meant having to source new cables. I used a mini graphics card, as I was worried about fitting a full sized GPU inside of the case, but after putting it together the case does have a decent amount of room for GPUs. With using a SFX PSU over an ATX PSU, it allows for more room in the basement of the case, and the perforated PSU cover allows the GPU to get better thermals because of this. The SSD mount at the bottom of the case is a nice feature, instead of burying on the backside of the case. Overall I would recommend this case to others, as its a good showpiece on a desk.