I put together this build a while ago but thought I'd share some pics of it while I made a few changes to the build. I mainly wanted to improve the GPU temps for my EVGA 1080 Ti, as it was getting too hot under load for my liking. Temps would hit 90c at times when playing numerous games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Hitman 2 at maxed out 3440x1440 ultrawide. As I'm a fan of whisper quiet builds, my GPU fans were set to around 70% under full load in order to keep temps below 90c most of the time. However, as I don't really game with headphones, the fan noise is much more noticeable.
So I decided to buy a Kraken G12 water pump bracket for my 1080 Ti along with a Corsair H55 aio, in order to hopefully alleviate the loud fan noise. Installation is pretty tricky in a small case like the H200i, but it's definitely doable. The results after fitting the G12 to my 1080 Ti honestly blew me away, idle temps used to be around 40c and now they are always below 30c at idle. At full load, nothing has made the GPU go past 60c yet, I should mention it is overclocked at 2050Mhz as well and maintains that clock consistently with the AIO.
As for my desk setup, I wanted to go for the sleek, monochrome look with a lil bit of sneaky RGB to complement it. The speakers I currently have are the Razer Nommo Chroma's, they're very cool looking speakers and sound pretty decent as well. The Alienware ultrawide complements the setup really nicely and I love the minimalist look it gives off by use of a monitor brace which provides maximum immersion when gaming or anything else.
Will update with a few more details later, feel free to ask us any questions. Shoutout to all the other H200 peeps, keep the amazing builds coming :)