Wanted a gaming rig that was compact and portable, but big enough to fit a decent video card in. Did some research and this is what I came up with. Case isn't the easiest to fit everything in, but I got it all in and running. The video card leaves little clearance for the cables coming out of the CPU. Actually it leaves no clearance as my cables actually are putting just a little force on my video card. Not much, and I feel comfortable with how it is. I did have to remove the bracket for any front drive to fit the video card. I'm using my little m.2 SSD as my boot drive and it works great. Don't think I have all my settings perfect yet for the fastest boot possible, but I'm happy so far. Still fiddling with this though. My Bluetooth did spaz out though after updating all my drivers. I had to update the Intel wireless card's driver and then completely unplug my computer and reboot. A simple reboot won't do it. You have to unplug.........wait like 30 seconds and then plug back in and reboot. Don't know why this is, but it worked. Windows seem to boot funny for the first day, constantly saying no operating system found and to push a key to continue. When i pushed a key it seemed to find the right drive the second time around. Overall I'm extremely happy with what I have now. Oh and I must say.........this setup is really quiet. More so than I expected. I probably haven't taxed the system graphics wise yet, but so far so good. Only thing I've played is "Southpark Stick of Truth" and "Counter-strike GO". Gotta love counterstrike across 3 screens though. Besides that I use it for primarily work. The only unresolved problem I have so far is when I install the logitech software for my keyboard and mouse my mouse stop responding. I'm probably going to end up returning it and finding something compatible.