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First time I have cracked open a computer case since I updated a gateway processor and hard drive in the 1990's. The card is going to be swapped out for a 4gb 780 it was out of stock (but on the way now yay) and I will use this card for my sons build. The case is also his, I have a case that was given to me by a friend it's bigger and has a side window but he forgot to give me the hard drive clips so I got tired of waiting. I did not buy a cooler because as of now I am not doing any overclocking etc. I am researching a liquid cooling system and deciding if I want to do that or not. Once I settle on the cooling option I will definitely open it up! I had some of the parts, and some were given to be by friends so I realize I overbought some parts but I don't come into loads of cash often so hopefully this will keep me going for a while.

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  • 74 months ago
  • 3 points

I think you only reason someone downvoted you are those cables in the bottom - maybe tidy those up?

I myself like it. That's quite the parts list for so cheap. You have cool friends.

  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! I do the friend gave me the psu and the other case I will be using. I had the hard drive (was originally used in my little server as back up but you know games are more important) fan, and monitor already. I didn't list price on the antec case since it is going bye bye when I switch to the other one. I will definitely be tidying up the cables when I switch cases I was not brave enough to customize them yet.

  • 74 months ago
  • 2 points

yep cable management is a must.....helps with cooling and such. great looking build other than that.

  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks, I will be doing it for sure when I switch cases. The cables on this psu has more connectors than I need. I wonder if I could remove the parts I don't need or should I keep them in case I add more hdd's etc.