Most everything is in. Not seen in the pics but there is a 200mm fan in the front for case intake and a (mostly) push/pull setup on the AIO radiator. Also notice the GPU pokes out of the front just a little.
Cable management. That's what I like to call it. It's more like clustered cable cramming, honestly.
Testing LED strips. I was originally planning on going with green-ish lights but the blue/purple that gives off UV light looks great with the cables.
Ready for paint. I tried to rig the two panels up close to their positions when installed on the case. Getting the gradient to match up between panels was much easier like this.
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This was built for my wife, Karma! She has never had a custom PC before so I wanted to build something tailored just to her. I decided to go with a small-form factor build to match her small stature. It may be small but it runs quick, cool and quiet. Check out the TimeSpy results HERE. The Ryzen 5 2600 is running a stable overclock at 4.1 GHz and only hits 80 degrees with IntelBurn and Prime95. I added some paint to break up the blandness of the case, and I thought it would look really cool with the stripes shooting across the curved panel on the front.
Anyway, my wife loves the PC and finally has one she can call her own. Thanks for checking it out!
Note: the PSU is actually a 650w but that wasn't an option in the list so I put it down as a 550w.