I have the I/O plate on the back. So I don't have cables passing by the bottom. I had to make sure no cables go too low to prevent them touching the fan.
Sure, before I could plug cables on the motherboard by using the hole in the bottom, but removing the 3 outer panels is not that long. And...
It is, but I also want to game some times and for this, I need a bit more air. The rest of the time, the computer is inaudible!
I thought of that in case I never get the time to remake it in oak.
What about "The flying lipstick"? ;)
Just passing by to present my work on a overcharged The First (Ryzen 2700x + RTX 2080) from Monster Labo.
Because I'm going too far in watts consumption and thus heat, I killed 3 Noctua NF-A14 PWM that were mounted on the top due to overheating.
So I took my miter saw, a bunch of...