A month after putting this PC together I went and rebuilded it and I am really happy with it now. Found out I just needed to start building it from PSU because it was the hardest part to get to if the case is filled with any other hardware. I had a lot of fun rebuilding it at 3am in the morning and cable management was fixed, all the temps went down about 6-7°C. Really happy with the case I have chosen, just needed some patients working in it and worked out perfectly!
P.S. More pictures will be uploaded soon once my new fan comes in.
Really happy with the performance so far, with a fan that it came with running at 20°C idle.
Great RAM :)
Never had SSD before, loving the speed.
Working great for my minimal gaming: League of Legends, WoT, CS:GO.
At first I wasnt really happy with the space I had in it, I was too excited to build my own PC and rushed it a little. About a month later I decided rebuilding it completely and starting off of the hardest part which is PSU and HDD part. You really have to start from here just because if you dont, later on it is really hard to get to those screws if mobo is already installed. When you start off of PSU you hide front panel cables behind it starting to work with your cable management already. Then I actually took out the little metal part in front of PSU just for more room for cable management and it actally worked really well! After rebuilding in this case and working on my cable management, CPU idle temp went dont about 6-7°C! Now it stands at 20°C chillin :)
Quiet enough, does the job!