PSU fan should be facing down. That's common knowledge. You don't want warm air sucking into your PSU from the rest of the computer components.
My 15+ Yrs experience says otherwise.
Get that PC off the carpet! Static can destroy sensitive PC components.
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You should get your case off of the carpet. Static is a threat to electrical components, plus extra dust buildup and blocking fans as well.
I highly recommend getting a 2nd 8gb stick of the same ram to take advantage of dual channel. You'll see a big difference.
It looks like the fan on your CPU cooler is on the wrong side.
Not sure if you knew this, but you can change the color of the lights on your graphics card with software that comes with the card.
Hey man did you enable the XMP profile for your ram on your MOBO? It looks like from the one picture of your OpenCL score that your ram is running at 1333MHz.
I think your CPU cooler may be upside down (unless the fan is setup to pull air thru the cooler and out the top).
Nice build. I also love the NZXT case.
It would look better if you didn't have so much clutter on/around your desk tho. That would drive me nuts.
Did you forget to install a CPU cooler? I don't see one there...
You spelled "Spaghetti" wrong.
You could have bought a 450W PSU and 8gb RAM instead and that would have left you with enough room for a 120GB SSD. Would have made a much bigger difference.
To each his own though, nice build.
I hope you use your shop-vac on the fan dust filters, and not on the guts of your PC. You know, because of static buildup.
From the pictures, it almost looks like you built this on a carpet, tablecloth or a bed. If so, you may want to avoid this in the future. ESD can destroy computer components!