Already had (2) AMD RX 470s, just changed them over from an old build. Haven't installed them yet as I have to pick them up from my old address.
Anyways, this is one TIGHT build. I couldn't have made it all fit if I didn't try installing a different piece first at least five times. Cable management was meh, the case had a lot to do with that. It's not a bad case, it's just small. Let's just say you get what you pay for there. Can't complain. But watch out. My PSU was huge, so it almost completely blocked the HDD bays. This is where most of the reconfiguration and problem solving took place. Also, I do notice that the fan from the PSU is pointed inwards. If I flipped it around, it would be aimed at the top of the case where there would be no ventilation. I believe that would be worse than pointed inwards. So just a heads up, no vertical PSU vents, only rear.
It's a pretty decent computer, booted Windows 10 right up, no problem even without an internet connection during setup.
All in all, I'm pretty happy with it. Hopefully the GPU's fit, if not I will smack my head against the wall. Will update with pictures and what not when the GPU's are in. Will update with mining details and figures as well. Stay tuned, and wish me luck!