Not my PC, rather my friend's PC. Nothing spectacular.
Specs in case someone is interested.
i3-2120 + NH-U9B ([email protected]~1150rpm > AIDA65 CPU load high 50's)
EVGA GTX 670
Asrock B75 Pro3-M
Superflower Golden Green 400W
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
Samsung 830 64GB
WD Blue 500GB + 1TB (5000AAKS + 10EZEX)
It's a rig I built for him back in late 2012. Transferred from my old CM Centurion 540 into Bitfenix Comrade.
All in all not a bad case but the price point shows. He was on a strict budget, throw in the wife factor and a need to get the case quickly...only case at the time that ticked the boxes.
I'll put my ramblings behind a spoiler :D
If I have to mention something, it would be the pointless and fubar cable routing hole for the EPS12V cable. There's no way you can fit a regular 8pin cable, or 4 pin for that matter, through there because the motherboard completely covers the hole, meaning the cable would be squished beneath the motherboard. If you'd manage to fit it, end result would be unnecessary stress (bending) for the motherboard, stripped threads on motherboard mounting screwholes or maybe even damaged cable or any combination of these three.
Even a flat sleeved cable would be tight. And then there's the fact that you'd need to remove the whole fucking motherboard to remote the cable! PR images don't even have the CPU power plugged..
Along with the hilariously small amount of space behind the sidepanel, only the fat ass 24pin was required to almost fully congest the small space behind there.
Oh well, I'll have a look at it somepoint these next few weeks and shuffle things around. Of course I wouldn't need to as it's fully functional but the current cable routing just pisses me off. Mainly the SATA cables and they're a bit funny behind the sidepanel because of the 24pin. I can do better.
There were a couple of upgrades to the rig though, the big one being the GPU. From HD 7850 1GB to a GTX 670 2GB. Eagle eyed among you probably notice it's the same 670 I have. Well had, we swapped GPU's so I got his 7850 + some euros.
Also bigger 250GB 850 EVO for boot + programs and another HDD for more storage.
We pondered whether he had use for the previous 830 Series 64GB boot drive. Not really but I figured we should do something with it, it's hardly even used.
In the end it was configured as a dumping ground for Windows's Documents/Downloads/etc folders along with virtual memory. Because why not. Of course he can throw a game or two in there if he needs to.