Cable management was a little difficult getting all the cables routed behind the motherboard and still having the back panel close. Getting solid temps with the H60. Haven't gotten into overclocking it much quite yet as I just set it up 2 days ago and haven't had a need to yet. Plan to set up triple monitors and crossfire after I move and have a bigger desk. Any thoughts?
*Update - Got NZXT's Hue and two more fans. Now that I have the Hue I can have my all red theme and If I feel like switching my lighting I can. I'm liking the white setting, it looks a little blue in the pictures but in person it is perfectly white. I also took out the large drive cage. I had to get a SATA cable extender so that I could place the drives at the bottom and have enough length on the SATA power cable to reach all the way up to the optical drive. I got the cpu overclocked to 4.7GHz stable but usual keep it at 4.3 for better temps and longevity. Also overclocked the GPU to 1.15GHz. Haven't had anything push the GPU yet as I'm still playing on a 1360x768 monitor. I'll be upgrading the monitor in a few weeks. I'll think about possibly crossfiring when I get a second monitor.
**Update - Just got my new monitor. The step up from 1360x768 to 2560x1440 is huge. I can still play most games on the highest settings but I can tell my GPU is starting to struggle at such a high resolution during more intense moments. Turning down anti-aliasing solves that though. I highly recomend the jump to 1440p if you can afford it, though I might recommend you make sure you have a high end GPU first (at least a 7950 or 670).