I had my old GT 430 & Intel G840 pc for a good few years, and while it wasn't amazing it did the job. However, I decided to splash out a bit and finally build the PC i'd been waiting to build for a couple of years.
So, after a ton of watching how-to videos, hardware reviews and (of course) getting help from this subreddit, here is The Fridge (so called because it looks a bit like one)
I was roughly going for the silenced optimised build after long suffering with loud fans in laptops and pcs. This case lives up to it's namesake, while not totally silent at full whack, it is still far better than anything I have experienced so far.
All the parts fit snugly into the case, with pretty much no clearance between the sides and the top of the cooler. One fairly major issue from a cable management perspective I had was the length of the cable for the front panel audio. I'm not sure if it is just the cable or the position of the socket on the board, but it was a real stretch straight across the motherboard and under the graphics card to get it to reach.