Build is used exclusively for Steam as I have modified the only windows 10 user account to use Steam as the shell. I originally had this build in a Silverstone FTZ01 case sitting in the entertainment center, however because the FTZ01 does not have any front intake vents it ran kind of hot. I then moved the case to the floor between the entertainment center and the shelf, again no front vents so it did not cool that well.
I saw the Rosewill Neutron on sale at the egg and it looked like a subwoofer so I thought it might fit in nice sitting on the floor, and since it has front vents it would be able to sit right next to the shelf.
The 140mm fans that come with the Neutron are loud at 12v, however I rewired the molex connectors to 5v and they run pretty quiet at 5v.
I also have 2 arctic f12 co fans in push/pull on the Evo 212.
Overall the Rosewill Neutron is a fantastic case if you can get it for 39 bucks.
UPDATE: I just updated this to a Intel i-3 4170 and a ASROCK B85M Mini Itx.
With zen not being available for awhile I wanted a better upgrade path the the i3 does very well as a steam box. LGA 1150 uses same RAM so I just needed a board and cpu, everything else just plugged in.
The AMD APU and board will be going into a desktop non gaming PC.
Update: the ASRock b85m has a small issue with the Hyper EVO 212, on the back side of the board where the coolers backplate mounts there is a small transistor or similar that is right under one of the backplates mounting pads. I had to use fiber MB stand offs to ensure it did not get crushed and short out the board.
Fantastic case for the price. Looks kind of like a subwoofer so it fits right into just about any HTPC or gaming setup. Has excellent front to rear air intake with 2 red LED 140mm fans in front and a 140mm in back. The fans are pretty silent if you undervolt them to 5v. You do this by rewiring the molex connectors to use the 5v rail instead of 12.