So, I built this for a buddy's friend. The kid hadn't ever had a gaming rig and gave me a budget of about $800. Knowing he would want something that perform for games like Battlefield and Call of Duty, I had to make some adjustments to what would give him some extra fps while also sticking to his budget. People always ask why I go with AMD processors, and the answer is simple. You get the same performance and can then spend some extra money on your extra components. Personally, I'm not a huge fan of the case he picked out, but it does have some redeeming factors. It comes with 5 fans, so cooling isn't an issue whatsoever, and the design of the feet give it probably the greatest clearance I've ever seen in any mid-tower ATX case. The build took me a little longer than usual because the reduced spacing in the back of the case but I think I still pulled of a pretty clean build.
This was the first time I had worked with the Cooler Master Hyper T4, and while the design looks nice, using it on an AMD board only gives it one orientation. It uses the stock AMD heatsink bracket, but because the base of the heatsink only has one set of grooves, you can only face the fan one direction. This caused some minor clearance issues with the RAM and it'll have to be removed if you want to drop some additional sticks into the motherboard. I'd caution against using it and would more recommend using the Cooler Master Hyper 212 and spending the additional $15-20.
My favorite part of the cable management for this build is the design of the SATA ports on the motherboard. Because they have the channels stacked, you can hide cables under each other have it look like you have the one cable coming off SATA 0.
Decent cooling, poor design. Can only be mounted on AMD boards in one configuration. Wish they would have included a custom mounting kit so the fan could put set up in a push configuration with the case fan pulling the hot air out. Luckily the one build I put this in, I had some fans on the top of the case to do the same thing. The other problem that comes with this is that the fins extend overtop of the RAM slots, making it impossible to expand your memory without having to remove the heatsink.