Yes but why would you buy a 2200G with this board? Better go for a Ryzen 5 2600 and a RX 580 GPU.
Do you still need an answer? Saw the question just now. :/
It is a difficult question because it matters which motherboard you use (RAM slots start at different heights) and which RAM module you are using. The TridentZ is really tall and with a 280 mm RAD you will have trouble.
No, right now it is negative pressure with 2 140mm in and 3 120mm out.
Yes, the RAM wasn't listed to be supported by the mainboard but it was. Just one neat click on XMP Profile 2 in BIOS and tadaa 3200 MHz
Thats true, I was "worried" at the beginning but until now I there is no dust problem. I think negative or positive pressure is a little overrated, but time will show.
Barely because the radiator is blocking the view. Anyway I wanted to not see fans from the front, because the front is beautiful on itself.
I didnt try it out but with the eye I see enough space left. Even for the TridentZ.
It's perfect and suprisingly small. I had to check for GPU length with the radiator in front but it worked out great.
Thanks for the reply, yes I did state it in the description. Poorly the MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC is not listed. Ill change it to the ATX Board MSI B450 Tomahawak. Cheers!