Hello! This is my first PC build ever. I've wanted to build a PC for so long, and finally saved up for one. My goal was a machine that's capable of running 1440p 144hz, and I think this will be able to. I'm waiting for the 1080 TI SC2/FTW3 to release so I can grab it.
Building in the Nano S was so much fun, very very enjoyable. I probably spent more than 6 hours swapping things around, trying new things or just plain troubleshooting.
The SP120s in the picture are redundant for my build since I don't use any rads. I tried using them as case fans but they're so loud for my taste. I got them for free so not a big loss there.
The Phanteks TC12DX was actually a poor choice in here. I didn't check the dimensions for it, and thought it would be a good fit since PCPP builder didn't show any errors. It ended up interfering with the RAM and I had to move the fan up a little. I can still close the glass side panel, but it's really ugly to look at. I already ordered a Cryorig H7 which will replace the TC12DX. Besides this incompatibility, the cooler itself is not loud at all. My ambient temperature is 25-30C and my idle CPU temps are at 35-40C. I put it on my list so that future builders would avoid running into the same problem.
If you're planning to grab the Corsair SF600, you absolutely have to consider getting extension/custom cables with this case. The stock cables are so terribly rigid and short, they limit your creativity with working around the case. You can see in the pictures how the SATA power cables are crunched up against the chassis with little to no flexibility.
The fan hub isn't too useful since my case fans aren't pwm, but its almost the same price as a splitter so why not. I will update the build as the rest of the parts arrive. Currently, I'm expecting these items:
-GP14 140mm case fan
-CableMod custom cables(Thanks to molnarg for providing his cable lengths!) (https://store.cablemod.com/configurator/#cfgload:58f9863083a216.17126556)
-MNPCTech Clear Side Panel
-EVGA GTX 1080 TI SC2