I wired up everything but the actual computing components first.
Right side panel removed - you don't want to see what it looks like under that modesty panel.
Everything installed and ready to go!
Just prior to first boot. It actually looks somewhat tasteful/reserved until you apply power. :D
I built this PC to replace an aging i5 6600K/GTX1070 rig that had served me well, but was getting a bit long in the tooth. My original intent was to wait for Ryzen 3000-series CPUs to drop, but impatience got the better of me, so back to Intel I went. I typically build somewhat restrained-looking machines with large air coolers, but this time I wanted to mix it up a bit. After I saw the Lian-Li PC011 Air, I knew that I wanted to plan the whole build around that case and go a little crazy with a huge AiO and a bunch of RGB fans just for kicks. Currently running a mild (5GHz) overclock and so far, so good. A grand total of fourteen case fans are present in this chassis, which is something of a personal record. Almost all of the main components are either MSI or ADATA, which wasn't intentional, but is kind of cool.
It lights up the whole room when it's on, which I currently find hilarious. Oddly, despite having 14 fans spinning away, the overall noise level for the whole thing is surprisingly low.