Fun case to build in, i like the LED's, the Green USB's, but the front panel was honestly disappointing as all get out, it comes clear with an embedded Razer logo you cant remove its like laser burned into the glass. It doesn't match the side panel at all. So i bought a PCo11D and robbed the front panel off of it. (if anyone wants to buy a brand new PCo11D with a Razer front panel lol). Motherboard was hard to troubleshoot as the manual is wrong about 1/2 the time (Chinese translations maybe). It came with a commander device that in the manual told you to plug in the USB, fan connector, and all fans then it did not work because the fan connector was plugged in. Funny it took gigabyte tech support 2 weeks to figure this out. The USB's on the device still do not function at all and I'm not sending an entire motherboard back to gigabyte just to get a return of someone else's broken junk (been thru this before). Thoroughly test your devices for the 30 days you have then return to retailer don't choose to keep and RMA! So the 2070 super was bad right out of the box...HAHA wonderful gigabyte, sent it back waiting on new one (using GTX1070 till then). The I9-9900k is a surprising beast, it over clocks well and under clocks even better. i used the same CPU in my portable build under clocked. I have this one running 5Ghz all cores 1.30v with no issues at all. I don't like how the razor software on the PCo11 is REQUIRED to change or run any other colors on LED's except color cycle (there is no hardware mode) and if you stop the software or shut it down it reverts to color cycle. I am looking into changing the controller or hacking the device into just a motherboard controlled set of LED's. Gigabyte does not support this but almost all other manufacturers do. Overall I'm happy with this PC, It gives me my black n green i wanted. EDIT-2nd Gigabyte 2070 super bad as well(one fan wont move), returned. Purchased an Aorus 2070 super will post when i get it in there.