Here is where I upload my photos of my build. I put some of the completed ones on the first page. Note that I took these photos with my phone since I did not feel like using my wife's giant Nikon.
Here is is the case after removing the HDD cage (it makes the case pretty spacious)
Installation of the motherboard. I dont really care for the fact that the daughter board partially covers the side fan...
Here is a picture of the Kuhler 920 radiator installed to give you an idea of how bit it is in the case. I thought it fit pretty well (the first intake fan is in the front of the case)
Here is the pump in the motherboard. I experimented with where the tubes should be but i found that with the PSU right on the tubes, this configuration seemed to work the best .
Here is all the connectors connected on the motherboard. I did the best i could to try and keep them from constricting too much of the air flow around the motherboard since, well, not that much air flows in a small case.
Here is the PSU installed in the case and a close up of the Pump to see that the tubes arent being kinked or have a great deal of pressure put on them.
Here are the photos of the finished product:
the 5.25 bay holds the extra wires pretty well and houses by intel SSD and 1 Corsair SSD (put it in after I took this picture)
This picture shows how much free space is still available for air to flow around the motherboard. Without the HDD cage in the case and the PSU flipped down, there is a pretty good path for air to flow. You will also see that i put another SSD near the front. I probably could put it in the 5.25 bay, but it works better this way (maybe i can get my 4 SSD in the case...)
I know these pictures are a long time coming but feel free to leave any feed back or ask any questions you may have about the case. Now to find a good OC