This is a medium duty compact gaming PC for the wife built with the Raidmax Hyperion, which is an amazing little case for an MATX build. A few minor snags:
1) The ONLY 970 chipset MATX motherboard that supports an FX 8350 is the ASRock 970m in the parts list. Regrettably, this board has a very small (4+1) VRM. In order to use the hot and hungry FX 8350, ASRock notes that you should use a top-down blower for a cooler in order to help cool the VRM and surrounding components.
2) The CNPS 8900 Quiet does the job well enough I'm seriously considering using it for a second build that doesn't even require it, though it does block off the 4th (in my case unused) RAM slot.
3) The board set the stock CPU voltage a tad high, so I had to back it off a little bit. Otherwise, the performance has been terrific, the machine handles everything I've thrown at it thus far well (mainly FFXIV). Primary storage is network based, hence the singular SSD. 4) Mounting the 200MM intake fan to the front of the case was a TIGHT fit (it actually mounts on outside of the front of the case, behind the front bezel). It seems to get a reasonable amount of air pull from the bottom, which was my primary worry. If you wish to build with this case and put a 200MM fan on the front, look for a slimmer fan than the one I chose. It'll work, but barely if you can't find one. It's also the primary source of lighting, giving a cool blue glow from the front without being too harsh due to this positioning.
After completing the build I decided I wanted just a little bit more lighting so I switched the rear fan out with a blue LED one and that seemed to give the right amount of illumination, which is why some of the pictures look a little different. Because the system is small enough to sit on the desk, the case lighting is perfect to illuminate the gaming area when the lights are off just enough to see your gaming area. With the room lights on, it's classy enough it doesn't come off as an adolescent neon laser show, but with lights out, it's definitely an eye catcher.
One last note: My white/blue hyperion case came with three fans, which is awesome. The top mounted ones are WHITE LEDs and the rear exhaust was just plain black (as noted I swapped this one out for a blue version).