The airflow that I achieved in this case is astonishing. Mind you I do have 10 RGB fans with an aggressive positive pressure. I originally bought the case with custom loop liquid cooling in mind but the temperatures I'm getting have turned that idea into a $740 aud cosmetic only upgrade which I couldn't justify in the end.
Thermaltake have done a great job with this case as they have put tempered glass panels on every side except the back, and left enough gaps between the glass and frame to allow air to pass through. The downside of this case is that its big.... like borderline monstrous, which is fine if you don't plan on moving it, but if you do, good luck. It's 22kg when its EMPTY. It's a pain to work with, but the looks outweigh that in my opinion! Also the glass panels are very easy to remove as both of the larger panels are hinged and you can just lift them out when you need to build or do an upgrade etc.
I plan to get a second 2080ti FE and NV Link them - If there's anyone out there with that setup, let me know what temps you're getting, or if the gains are worth it? Custom loop is probably necessary at that point?
Thanks and enjoy