Hi, I recently built my first gaming pc that was under about $700. Having no knowledge of building besides for videos, it was.... Interesting.... Building this thing. My first issue was really just showing my ignorance, as I just tried to put the ram in backwards, even though it has a notch in it to prevent that. So I tried over and over to put it in backwards :(. Later in the build I came to one of my only complaint, the 24 pin adapter. It did not actually lock into place, and instead just kinda sits in place. Besides for that, my only other complaints were that the 24 please note adapter was pretty short and that my processor didn't live up to what I was led to believe (not really the processor or psu's fault, I bought cheap parts XD). The case was amazing, only could use a few fans. It had plenty of space for anything, even my long r9 280x.i got the 280x since newegg's r9 290 was out of stock (the Sapphire one). Even though I was disappointed, this card is a beast, runs everything I throw at it on ultra (even on Linux). Speaking of Linux, while I'm saving up for a decently sized ssd and a Windows key, I decided to go Ubuntu until Christmas, which runs far faster than any Windows computer I've ever touched. If you want a starting distribution, this is the one to get, very user friendly and easy for people familiar with Windows. Sorry if you are terrified of my wiring, some of the photos were before I tied up and managed by terrible wiring.