Shot of the workstation I used to set up the OS, showing the blue glow observed when lights are low and how the light of much the Rosewill fans gets through the magnetic filters of the Q300L. This is actually my fiancee's workstation, typically associated with the Arctic White build nowdays.
Left side shot illustrating that the blue glow is actually still pretty powerful in full light. Can also see the custom RGB RAM heat speader doing its thing. Surprisingly it still looks good despite no ability to sync its colours with the rest of the build.
Right side shot.
A shot of the i5 before I put on the AIO cooler.
Shot of the inside while the computer is off.
A shot of the inside while it is running.
Same shot, no flash, showing the custom RGB RAM heat spreaders doing their thing.
The Mule (Sold)
This is what I would call a "collateral" build, in the sense that it is the result of trying to put together a system out of bits left over after moving components around in other builds. In this case the goal was to sell it, which was done recently.