I built this for another friend .
It's essentially the same as my other friends build with different brands of motherboard GPU ,case etc.
It took us 3 or four hours to build ,had to remove the motherboard a couple of times because I missed something :/
Apart from that it all went together smoothly.
I think I did a much better job of cable management this time compared to my other friends build. (Yet to revisit that one :P)
Booted up first time with no problems Windows was installed 20 minutes later and he took it home extremely happy with the result.
We haven't overclocked yet ,will wait until he has been running it for a while.
Will hear back soon how it runs games ,I am expecting butter smooth 60 fps + on ultra for BF4, TW3 and GTA5
We got all of the parts from ED's PC in Australia ,surprisingly they matched and in some case beat the prices from MSY who are usually very hard to beat on price here.
For anyone in Australia it may be worth making a list of your parts from MSY and taking it into a local ED's PC and see what they can do.
I was very impressed with the final price and they did some good deals on the peripherals off the shelf prices.
Easy to build in and had all the necessary screws etc for adding fans and such.
Feels very solid and looks good .
Plenty of cooling options,the Coolermaster seidon fits with no problem,could fit the dual fan models in the top easily.
Toolless drive bays are excellent.
Does it's job ,flat cables make cable management bearable despite it being non modular.
Looks great .