Updated with new keyboard, mouse, mousepad, headset, headset stand, AIO, and GPU. After installation of 360 rad, using Asus Suite, CPU OC'ed to 5.1GHz stable.
Primarily for school work, web surfing and gaming.
I decided to move the 240mm rad to the front using the front middle and bottom fan. Used my spare SP120 RGB fans that came with the case to pull from the rad giving me a push pull config. It did manage to lower my max temp under load by 6 degrees. With this in mind i recommend a push pull config mounted on the front since there is no space to do it on the top of the case.
I just bought the Corsair Lighting Node Pro, It should be in, in a couple days . I got it to be able to sync the HD120 RGB fans with the lighting strips it comes with. I'll post pics when it arrives.
V1tech GPU Backplate and fan grill came in. Uploaded new photos.
Updated photos, to final look...well until I upgrade the GPU that is.
*I have to say, Corsair finally did their HD120 fans justice by providing software support for their lighting via the Lighting Node Pro*
Also, I found a way to to edit a skin for rainmeter to apply RGB on my now LIVE wallpaper. So, even my desktop is RGB! lol. Hope you guys like my new pics.
Again overkill with 3600Mhz, but I'm happy with their performance and the colors are definitely amazing.
Makes a lot of noise for me. Prolly due to the multiple platters.
Amazing case, wish it had a PSU end cover and the HDD mounts weren't reversed.
Looks good and very bright. Wished the lights were software based, so I can do a more rainbow pattern. Current patterns are decent though.
I just love this monitor, it does have minor light bleed in the corners but not noticeable in daily use.