The cables were a bit of a time to put together (the light up "wires" are actually just something like fiber lines clipped to normal wires) They can be changed in brightness, speed, & mode, and take up an atx slot on the back of the case, they are also powered together conveniently.
No file editing in my future, so i see no need for a m.2, and the future proof reference was from 3dmark, i know nothing is future proof lol
My psu is RGB! It does not sync but it's enough for me. Like I said up top, I saw this case on Linus Tech tips & had to have it, scoured the internet for 5+ hours only to find a few in Germany for $450+...
Went to FB marketplace to cave & buy a cheap case (I already had all my components), and FOUND THE CASE not even an hour from me, so lucky!
So far so good! I heard people had issues with them but so far I haven't had any.
Don't do that to me! I had to reread that twice before I almost googled for a new card release. LOL
I scoured the internet for this Inwin case! only to give up, search for a cheap case locally, and find it less than an hour away!
It's rough, i may go over it soon & add a regular 500gb hdd for recording games while I'm in there.
I meant to put this in quotes, as of 3DMark, it is, “Future Proof”.
SteelSeries - QcK Prism XL
Exactly, the first slot actually didn’t light up at first & I was afraid I damaged it before I noticed how much it was pressing on the ram. Luckily I was okay, but the cooler had to be mounted sideways.
Booting windows with an m.2 (only thing I would have installed on one) is like ~10 seconds saved, I wasn’t that worried about it, and I could add it later if I REALLY wanted to.
The cables for the liquid cooler bound on the ram when it was mounted with the text straight cries slightly