Update** I moved me usb header extension from the front to behind my PSU shroud. I have two new pictures.
As the holidays just happened and I newly discovered the joy and bliss of building my own PC I decided to ask may family for some parts for Christmas to update my compy a bit. Now that I have discovered the joy of building my own PC I started watching youtube channels that cover different parts and how too's. After seeing a few different clips of people custom painting there parts I decided that if I got the parts I wanted for Christmas I would migrate my existing parts to the new case and paint them to fit a white and teal theme.
Of course as it is winter and I'm in the North West of the US weeks of rain hit and I had to wait. We finally got some dry days this weekend and I had gotten all my parts so I decided to get to it.
Painting the PC
I decided to go with Plastidip and Ace Hardware Heat Resistant paint. The teal plastidip worked great and I love how it turned out. I used the white Ace Heat Resistant paint on the X62 Kraken Radiators so that the could handle whatever temperature the PC good dish out.
For the rest I intended to use a white plastidip and glossifier. However I was not happy with the texture the white plastidip gave the pieces so I ended up switching to using the Ace Heat Resistant paint because it was giving my pieces a clean look. That ended up salvaging my pieces.
Now I know people are going to say why did I paint my fans and that can mess up the fan performance. I already know that and decided to try it anyways. I did end up having trouble with one fan in the build. However it was the fan that I had tried to get paint off the fan as much as I could and that caused an imbalance. Luckily as the thermaltake fans come in 3-packs and I had to order two as I needed two sizes and I only needed a total of 4 fans for this case I was able to paint one of the extra fans with only the Ace paint. Now the fans run great and as you can see on my CAM software my compy runs cool.