PLEASE NOTE - These prices are all AUD!!!
So my gaming PC was nearly 4 years old, was starting to show it's age, so I made a new one. It's compact, green, fast and quiet.
Ended up building it three times, as the first time the motherboard blew up after 10mins, and the second time I found the CPU was also stuffed (probably taken out by the motherboard the first time around). All replaced under warranty so no worries in the end.
Fans: 1 x 240mm intake on the front, 2 x 120mm exhaust in the top, and the Corsair H90 fan sucking in fresh air through the rad on the rear. All red LED's in those three fans which give it a nice red backlight to the otherwise green case. Sort of like a watermelon. Magnetic fan filter on front and rear to keep dust out.
Power supply is pretty small for it's wattage, however is still a bit of a squeeze fitting into the case.
And I think that's it! All-in-all loving the compactness of the build and the performance is awesome. I'll grab 3DMark 11 and some more photos in a bit. With regards to the temps, please be aware that I'm not running in aircon, and the ambient temp is between 27-30 degrees C, and around 80% humidity at the moment.
Note - here is the actual case I used: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=25_1171&products_id=23551
Quick update after running this for around 6 months: Temperatures have not really changed from when I originally built it. I don't see any dust building up inside, so the filters are doing their job. The only negative thing is probably the case. The green soft-touch stuff Bitfenix used doesnt' appear to like heat and humidity, and is beginning to get sticky, especially on the front. Considering swapping it out for a different front fascia (maybe a mesh one).