My moms pc died a couple weeks ago, and my dad asked me to build a cheap new one. Simple as that! There's not much to the build and most of it's pretty self explanatory. The only thing weird was that the CPU cooler I don't think was officially compatible with the socket, so for some reason or another, the fan blocked the ram so I had to put the fan on the other side which screwed the entire airflow up, so instead my last picture emphasized the airflow setup I created. The back fan is actually an INTAKE, and the heatsink fan is pulling air from that intake into the heatsink, and the roof fan is the only exhaust. So even though this is a fairly non traditional airflow, it works fine, because the CPU is the only thing that really needs active cooling like that, so for the minute heat produced by the chipset, it will be drifted away by the general air movement, from all fans (including PSU fan). Compared to my last build "Magnum", this build was a breeze for me (took about two hours)! Thanks for looking, and I'd be more than happy to answer any questions in the comments below!