You did a fantastic job!
Those high quality shots and that incredible cable management...Sir, you did fine, you did fine!!
Yeah, it is lol.
Despite the budget, I think you could have done a bit better job with the power supply.
I think the front three fans were the SP120's and not AF120's. Doesn't the extra weight from the white paint cause problems though?
Oh my gosh, the Corsair Carbide Air 240 has entered the battlefield.
Yes with some headroom.
This is a very impressive build.
Incredibly clean black and white build!
It clearly has an ASRock board logo on the northbridge heatsink, how did it suddenly become a EVGA mITX board? If I'm not mistaken, ASRock implementated those heatsink designs on the 3rd gen boards and not the 4th gen so there is no way you could fit an i7 4770k CPU in there. Besides, the ram modules seems to be the Crucial Ballistix series and not the Mushkin Blacklines... Troll build, sigh..
I was going to say the same for the missing standoff, but in general, nice build.
Very, very nice.
Nice build but those cables, try to hide them underneath the hard drive trays or try to deviate them away from the front fan so it can push some air to cool your hard drives.
Incredible build +1
Hehe, I like how you placed the magnetic wifi plate on the SSD tray. Brilliant!
Well he just likes to share his updates with everyone, he does deliver new pics and components each time he reposts so please forgive him lol.
At least you got rid of the G.Skill Ripjaws X red ram modules. Lovin' the new black, brown and beige color scheme. +1
This build deserves more upvotes!!
$63k on a gaming PC, right. If just gaming, what's with the workstation 12-core CPU?
Can I wear this suit lol?
So small, so powerful, such elegeance. I slammed my mouse button on the upvote, good job!!!!!
Looks like the Noctua fans has found a very comfty and compact home.
Such power in such a compact form factor.
i like the color scheme in this build besides the red ram lol.