I built this pc mainly for playing games and doing a lot of school work, so I didn't need a lot of power inside this rig.
My biggest problem so far is only the budget. It's hard to save money for a pc as a student, and I personally think that this pc is expensive, even though others might not.
Built in June 2015 during my school holiday, the case I use is actually the Azza Venuz VC201 which looks very similar to the case in this list. There are plenty of room inside, it got acrylic side panel window, and supports pretty long graphic card. For the cpu cooler compatibility, the website said that this case support up to 180mm in height, but from my experience , it can only fit a heatsink ± 160mm high because the Cryorig H7 CPU Cooler I used in this rig is 145mm tall and it almost touched the side panel. The H7 has a really good performance and it didn't block the RAM slot at all, so you can have RAM with tall heat spreader without needing to worry about blocking the cpu cooler, thumbs up for the H7. The room for cable management in this case isn't really spacious, but it's enough for small amount of cable, although it might be difficult to close the panel.
Overall, I love how this pc performs and it never run with temperature higher than 65°C (Room temp. 25-28°C) and it can run 2015's AAA games pretty much on Med-High settings with 45-60 fps on 1600x900 resolution.
I did use Intel's Stock CPU Cooler and Razer Deathstalker Essential Keyboard before changing it later, in case someone is wondering why there are pictures of the stock cooler and razer keyboard.
I hope this help someone out there :)