Your build looks really tough and rugged. I bet you could do some cool mods with that case that wouldn't cost much. Like cammo paint, or something. I love that people are rehabbing/hacking old computer parts.
I know I'm arriving late to the party but I couldn't help complementing you on your build. Very stylish. Hope it's working well for you.
ARRRRRGGH! I was going to buy that case, but went with another one instead. Seeing your build makes me think I made a bad choice.
Beautiful white theme build. How much clearance is there between the front glass and the gpu fans. Have you had any temp issues?
I love white themes! Try a UV led strip sometimes. It'll give a nice soft glow to your white components. I like how you positioned the AIO radiator to provide air flow along you gpu. Nice job
More pix please!
Cool temp monitor. Is that tied in your tubing?
I had a bad experience with ASRock once and never used them again. But the last several ASRock boards I've seen made me rethink my bias against them. In fact, I just bought the exact same board as you for a small build I'm planning.
Your gpu looks really cramped. No wonder you were having temp issues. Maybe you can mod your case a little and install another fan blowing air along the bottom of your gpu. Or maybe a fan on the underside of the grilled section of your psu shroud. Small builds always have temp issues somewhere along the line. But don't they like great when they're done! Congratulations.
Post more pictures of the build, please.
Great choice of components. And your "case" is a true work of art. Congratulations.
Don't you just love that case? I built a home network server with one and managed to cram in three 4TB WD RED harddrives plus an 2.5 in SSD boot drive. IT runs RHEL 7 because installing Windows is against my religion. :)
I'm sure you mum is very happy pleased with your efforts.
Such a great idea! Congratulations.