Update: had some time the other day to make some changes and fix a major issue that caused the first configuration of the Pc to turn out like it did. I had a broken plexiglass window which had apparently happened in shipment or before the unit was shipped to me. I was able to fix this with some hot glue and time. Next I was able to do some better cable management and change the mounting of the drives to the cavity behind the motherboard. The nice caveat with this mother board is the width as there is space to work behind the board and there is significant space in front of the board to route cables if needed. This makes a good clean install of all the cabling and parts within the case and allows for an overabundance of volume to allow for cooling the unit. The flow of heat is perfect as both Bitfenix fans in the case are mounted at the top and allows physics to work naturally to pull the heat out of the system.
Built this for a general all around desktop replacement and once I have time to rest for a day off. Coupled with the Steam Controller and keyboard and mouse provides basics for call of duty, rage, maybe some old emulators. I like the performance of the A10-7670k one thing I would like to see from AMD boards is some of the innovations of NVMe and Msata on board. Wanted a larger single ssd however for the reduced cost the storage is really good for the build and I still have more sata 3 ports to include up to 4 more drives plus sub 3.0 externals. Fun build in a nice case as I really enjoy the Bitfenix Prodigy series reminds me of the aluminum Mac Pro in mini me form and several colors. The fan controller was added to allow for more fans in the future and because the mobo only had one fan case header. Nzxt makes both the full modular psu and the fan controller.