Cable management is not my best work, but it's good enough for this build.
It's not much, but it makes a 12 year old happy. for an 8 year old case with an acrylic side panel, it's actually in great shape. Kudos to NZXT for the build quality.
All the mismatched goodness of frankensteined parts in a repurposed rig.
The old Workhorse
This was my daily driver from 2012 up until April of 2020 when I replaced it with Tiamat (see builds). It was built primarily as a photoshop rig, and did a decent job with AAA gaming titles as well. I built it in the NZXT Switch 810, because I needed a shedload of spindles for storage volumes at the time, and room to mount and cool them.
Over the years it saw several upgrades including video card and memory changes and eventually a swap from a zallman air cooler to a 120mm AIO. When I built my new rig, I cannibalized the GPU's and PSU from it, but I had some spares laying around so I rebuilt it for a basic gaming rig for my 12 year old. Specs provided are for the way it currently exists. Memory is a brand mismatch (it's what I had laying around, but it's 2x 4gb corsair vengeance 1600 and 2x4gb G.skill Ripjaws 1600 I think CL18 on them). He's not hardcore gaming so it's not a problem, and by the time he's ready for a real rig, we'll build him one.