If it had been cleaner I would actually like it. I don't hate the idea, though. It just looks like the inside of a kitchen sink cabinet the way it is currently done. If it had been tightened up and made to be more industrial looking, I think it'd be pretty.
Case: InWin Chop with 150W PSU
Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty B450 Gaming-ITX/ac
APU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
RAM: Pair of 8GB of DDR4 PC3200 DIMMs
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-L9a AM4
Number Cable Reroutes: 6
Very happy with this build. Made it to take to work, since I work overnights and don't feel like...
You might be able to get away with the iM2620 case, but I think the iM2750 might offer more protection. I have an H200 case I use for one of my two miniITX systems, it's not something I would suggest for travel system. Something like the Lian-Li PC-TU100A if you are planning on moving the...
One of the things I did with my Chopin build was to completely take it apart and reroute as many of the cables as possible around the back of the case. You can easily take the metal and plastic front off and pull many of the cables like the ATX 12V round and bring it down from the top. I also...