Hello this is my very first completed build guide. I had a computer that was a legit rainbow. Blue motherboard, green/black psu, brown/beige fans, you get the point. So I wanted to change that... and get a little upgrade in performance. I came up with White Night (thanks to my friend for the name). I saw the Inwin 303 case, a $90 case with a tempered glass side panel. It was the perfect case with unique top fan slots exhaust which sits vertically.
Motherboard: The motherboard is weird, at least for me. The ram slots' only have one side with the latches. So you unlatch those and put in your ram, but you have to listen for the click on both sides (this was a stupid mistake of mine). The chassis' i/o shield area is a little recessed, so keep that in mind while putting in your i/o shield. Now the internal ports at the bottom of the motherboard will sort of be in the fans' way, but if you can wiggle it in right it'll fit fine (it will be squished a bit).
Fans: The fans also come with rubber mounts. I recommend these over hard mounts (normal screws) for noise reduction. Using pliers and looking a video on how to install rubber mounts will help a lot.
PSU: The power supply I would recommend positioning the fan inward of the case so it can pull air from the bottom of the chassis which has dust filters. Now I don't know if this is a problem with the PSU or not but if you turn off your computer and turn it on shortly after it does this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XsMU206FIM This triggered the anti-surge on my motherboard and asked me to click f1 to change some settings of the bios. I searched this up and even asked on the Tom's Hardware Forums of this issue, almost everyone says it's fine and to just disable "f1 if error" message in the bios.
CPU Cooler: I also recommend putting the cpu cooler so the fan is facing the ram. The Cryorig H7 is known for "zero interference" but only in that position.
Cable Management: Now there aren't many holes for you to route through. Especially for the CPU pin and Chassis Fan pins. I just routed it around my cpu cooler as you can see (if i put up pictures). The back side of the case is also somewhat difficult because of the hard drive. Just route it around or even on top of it. The ssd was also pretty difficult to route. The bracket that it's screwed interferes with the power and sata cable, but if you wiggle it right it should be fine.
CPU: I was able to overclock my cpu to 4.4 ghz, 4.5 was a bit too loud for my taste.
RAM: I was not able to move it up to the advertised speed of 2666mhz because whenever I did my computer would just have a black screen or take forever to boot up. And the leds for the ram does a "breathing" effect. Edit: I was actually able to get my ram to 2666 mhz by disabling TPU. I have since deleted that part of "enabling TPU" from the guide.
GPU: I recommend for you to go with a gpu to fit with this black and white build, I just had a gtx 760 and didn't feel the need to upgrade yet.
Note: Some components I already had like the gpu and storage. Buying these things with mail-in-rebates and sales will also really help the price. The PSU I was able to get for about $70 and the CPU was for about $200.
Hopefully I answered some questions along the way, if you plan to build a PC similar to this. If you still have a question comment below and I will more than likely answer it. Thanks for reading!