First build for me and my son. I tend to get a little carried away with stuff so this may be a bit much for a 9 year old playing Fortnite, but I love watching the light show and no complaints on the performance. Coming in with zero experience building these things, I took a lot of clues and inspiration from this site. My biggest concern was if it would run too hot and if my unorthodox radiator mounting would be a problem. I decided to mount the Corsair RGB fans inside the case, rather than the radiator. I like the look and so far the heat isn't a problem. In additon to the parts listed I also added an NZXT internal USB hub and some Cablemod cables. I really like small form ITX builds but I can definitely see that life would have been easier with a full sized case. Cable management is a particular challenge, and I'm pretty sure I wedged the biggest graphics card possible in that case. Overall, a really fun project. Hopefully Skull Trooper won't melt on the GPU.
No complaints for my gaming PC. More than enough!
Great looking and great performing. Can be a bit much for a small case but I like it.
Easy to install and works well, could have used anothert USB 2 header but solved the problem with an internal hub.
Does what it's supposed to do and the RGB is crazy.
Super fast OS!
Quick and Reliable storage at a good price.
Overall I love the look of this case and I was able to get everything mounted and running. So far ventilation is fine.
Way more power than I needed but I thought that's what you're supposed to do with power supplies. Full modular is the way to go.
Hey, I can use my Xbox controller in Minecraft!
I used the plastic mounts and everything is dead quiet.