Originally Posted by mvh11
Originally Posted by SoundWorks3D
lol. i couldn't put it better my self.
I know that feel bro...
Trust me. I don't really know what to do with it, as I don't know where to put it... however, I'm probably going to buy a modular PSU when the time comes so I can clean itup, and I am never buying micro ATX again(not to say I wanted it in the first place)... I bought that mobo because I needed something small in size at the time. I'm done with that. I literally bought this case because I have the intention of filling it with good hardware. If you think this looks bad, you should have seen my old case... It had like 0 cable management options(I think it may have had two small holes, and the 24 pin connector didn't fit through it). My hardware is more is less a joke right now. I don't even take it seriously, but I have to make do with it until I can get new hardware.
Anyway, I've got high hopes for it, and some good cable management will eventually manifest itself as I think it looks poor right now. I'm actually going to fill this case with real hardware in the near future, and I'm going to get a real cooler. It's been a long time, but I think I'll still be able to cut and install a case window, but that's another later project. Life is busy and I don't have a ton of spare cash.
By any chance, do they make PSU fan filters for this case? If so I'll flip it around so my 8 pin will reach, I just didn't want it sucking up tons of dust right now as I don't have a desk that will fit the case.
Listen, we all have to start somewhere, right? My first PC build was a scant 400 dollar system I built myself after years of owning Macs. Over time...a very short period of time, I plunged more money into it than I think is probably necessary. I've gone through 20 cases in the last 5 years, from cheap 30 dollar cases to 700 dollar cases... But that's also cos I'm never happy with anything... lol. Just take it slow, and learn. Ask questions, and be part of the community.
Rest assured, you can bring anything here. Sure, some people will bash, don't worry about them. To me, and many others here, it's all about the presentation and the workmanship. Just look at Cable Management. 95% of builders out there just have poor cable management. If you take the time, however, and make yours look nice and neat, it's really taken in by the community. It's the small things, not necessarily the big things, that count.
And, if you don't have a fan filter on your PSU area, you can either create a ticket on NZXT.com/support
or PM me.