On one side there's a Corsair LL120 intake fan and on the other there's a plastic window to view the RGB memory and the rest of the motherboard. The big cutout on the front helps intake for the 120mm AIO. And yes, pushing down the lever does turn the computer on!
I'm in love with the LL120's
The trick to perfect cable management is basically just more zip ties. In all seriousness though cable management in this toaster was, surprisingly, much much easier than the time I helped a friend build a PC in a real case.
Here you can see a bit easier the frame I built out of aluminum brackets to hold the motherboard up, and the frame that holds the PSU above the graphics card.
The motherboard side with the toaster shell off
A view through the side window
This is the custom back piece I made for all the I/O. It's a piece of sheet metal that I cut, bent, and wrapped in a carbon fiber patterned vinyl to match the rest of the vinyl on the build.
Toaster PC Mk. I
Ever heard someone call a poorly-performing computer a "toaster"? Well, this PC isn't poorly-performing, but it sure is a toaster!
At some point my brother made a joke about how funny it would be if someone actually made a PC inside a toaster, and after I thought about it I decided this was definitely something I could accomplish. It took me about 3 months to complete and I spent ~100 hours doing it, but I think the work paid off. If you're interested, I wrote up a whole build log on imgur, here's the link: https://imgur.com/gallery/cj550iz.
I've gotten a lot of questions about thermals in the toaster, how does it compare to a standard case? Zotac's 1080ti mini is pretty well known for its less effective cooling (only two fans and less heat sink area) compared to other 1080ti's and this case doesn't fix that. However, from what I've read this card reaches thermal max pretty quickly regardless of case, so I don't think the toaster is to blame when it does hit thermal max in this case. As far as CPU temps go, the 240mm radiator is plenty for my stock-speed Ryzen 2700x, and I don't think the case affects its temps either.
I learned a lot from building this, and it's made me want to keep building unique PC cases. Hope you like it as much as I do!