Interesting way to incorporate the portable monitor into it. Does it hold fairly sturdy?
Thank you! I was instantly attracted to small form factor and fully expected it to be challenging, thinking I would end up getting help from 1 or 2 friends but they were unavailable on the day.
Didn't find it too tricky to be honest. Not sure if it's just a fairly accommodating case for it's size, or if people exaggerate the difficulty of it, but I now feel like I could easily tackle any size build with ease.
ALSO NOTE: I got the main bulk of parts in a 15% off ebay sale, saving me $290AUD, bringing the total build cost (excluding peripherals) to roughly $2085AUD
Hey, me again!
I have built my Ryzen 5 2600 + RTX 2060 build in this case finally and loving it!
Just using stock Wraith Stealth cooler for now, but came back to your page for inspiration on how to better cool my CPU.
I am super impressed with your cable management considering non-modular ATX power supply (I went with SFX modular).
BUT I am really intrigued how you got the outer frame off the case, to gain better access to the outer mesh walls on the top, side and bottom...?
If you're still active, I would love some advice on how you achieved this, so as to further optimise my cable management! :D
Hey Diizzel, I just got this case and am choosing my graphics card. I noticed you said your msi gaming X card was too wide to use the graphics card holder bracket. Any problems with this at all? You don't feel like the card is able to jiggle too much?
I'm looking at building with this case and am keen on the idea of water cooling as well.
Just wondering where you managed to mount the water cooling fan/radiator?