The holes for the fans are not 100% perfectly placed, so only went with 2 screws for each fan.
RAM fits perfectly to the motherboard
never seen an OEM RX560
Had to make a few changes to the screws at the back, because of clearence.
ITX Build AMD only with used parts
This PC is for our holiday flat. All parts are used parts I had lying around, except the SSD and the CPU cooler.
It doesn't need to be super powerfull, just enough to play a few easy games every now and then and do some officework.
First I went with a SATA SSD and the AMD Prism stock cooler, but the stock cooler was pretty loud and all the SATA-cables made cablemanagement even worse.
The case is a modded Raijintek Metis. I drilled holes in the top, so I was able to install 2 120mm fans in the top, which helps a lot with temps. The original sidepanel was removed, instead I used a clear arylic panel.
Officially the case supports ATX PSU's and 170mm GPU's. With SFX PSU's you can fit GPU's with up to 240mm (most midrange GPU's with 2 fans). The GPU I used is an OEM RX560 with Dell Bios. Doesn't look too epic, but gets the job done.