Being used for multiple triple A games. Runs perfectly smooth even though i am still using my old graphics card (hence the step 1).

If you were to buy this case and cpu cooler i'd suggest also buying two more SP120 RGB Pro fans from corsair since the stock fans coming with the CPU cooler arent the same type. Which leads to some weird stuff happening in the iCue software.

Next to that there is the problem that the mobo only has one internal USB 2.0 9-pin header, for which you will need to buy a internal usb hub because both the CPU cooler and lighting node core will want to use that one.

One other thing is that the ram on the mobo is too high up in the case, which means you will have to install the radiator in the front, for this you will can just replace the stock fan screws with the long screws provided in the box of the cooler.

The mobo also only has two chassis fan headers, which means that stock, you will only be able to run 4 fans. Two are being controlled via the AIO cooler and the other two via the headers. this is also why one of my fans isnt spinning on the pictures.

Part Reviews


Perfect CPU for any gamer chasing good computing power and high framerate.

CPU Cooler

Works very well keeping an i7-9700k cool.

Included fans are a downside however, as they only have 4 rgb led's, which makes the effects look kinda dark in some places.


Perfect mobo except for the fact that it has only one usb 2.0 header with 9 pins, which means you will need to buy a usb hub if you hafe front usb 2.0 and a liquid cooler


Looks beautiful and also has plenty of power.


Very easy to install and just like any m.2 ssd very fast.


Beautiful case.

Cable management can be a bit tricky, but that might also be because this was my first ever build.

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  • 1 month ago
  • 3 points

Beautiful build! One question, what is the gpu you are you using in this build?

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

The gpu i am using is from my old pc, it is an amd radeon r9 270x, a variant with 4gb of vram.

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

How was fitting in the RM750M in this case? Were you able to fit the hard drive cage in too?

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

Hi, it is possible to fit both the PSU and the drive cage, but having both installed first and then trying to plug in the power cables is almost impossible.

What I ended up doing was first removing the drive cage, then I installed the PSU and its necessary cables. After which I put the drive cage back in. Cable management with both installed is really, really tight. This, combined with the fact that I needed room for an internal USB hub, resulted in me removing the drive cage after two days.

If you're really determined you can make it fit, but I would suggest removing the drive cage if you don't need it. Or you could also try modding the drive cage so it is one rack tall, if you really need the mounting spot and would like some more room for cables.

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

So you were able to fit the cage and psu in but only after taking the drive cage out and then putting it back in at the end?

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Yes, I was able to fit both in but after that, I did have some problems fitting the side panel back on since I almost had no room left to cable manage everything.