Point one: Cable management. This is what it looks like. Learn it, bitches, or watch in helpless anguish as your shitty-airflow-cooling-system can't keep up and your video card melts:
Step two: If you live someplace hot....like, ya know, fucking FLORIDA....fans are key to airflow and keeping things cool. And it must be proper airflow, without dead spots, backflow eddies, or such. This took me three hours to set up just right with all the fans:
So, because at least some of you will ask, the case is a
With an unlocked i7-2600K 8-core cpu, 16 gigs of RAM, and a 560GTX OC'd GPU.
Also, lets count them....
Three 230mm fans.
Three 120mm fans.
Three 80mm fans.
Plus the heat sink has dual fans, and the power supply has its own fan.
The only downside is, with this much airflow, I have to open it up and blow out all kinds of dust and crap every few months. Oh, and with everything in it, the damn thing weighs over 40 pounds.