I started with a CPU-Cooler from my mainboard, but it doesn't fit with the center brace. There was no possibility to mount the HDD-Case.
Build ready for Hackintosh. Bad Cable Management, and the Graphics Card is horrible for installing. Too High, too big and the CableConnections are too close to the center brace.
After all these corrections and workarounds it´s a beautiful build for our living room
update: I bought another case fan NF-s12A PWM and I will change it with the included one of silverstone. The fan won't run away without my fingers...
and I bought 2 of Noctua 80mm Fans as well for the rear to bring the temp from the CPU and GPU better out of the case.
i will do update the pictures when the fans arrive.
update 2: installed the new rear fans. temperature is quiet similar, than before. Have to make more tests. Did the automatic ASUS overclock procedure and now I'm on 4.8 Ghz. No Thermal throttle during intel CPU stress test.
The Asus ROG Z370-G Wifi is after changing the Wireless-Card fully hackintosh compatible. It´s a great mainboard with a lot of connections. the only problem what I found was the high temperature of the PCIe M2 Slot for my SSD in combination with the graphic-card. The hot air from the GPU goes directly over the SSD and the SSD get more that 77°C.
amazing card. every game I played was on 4k. But maybe to large for everything....
It´s a very compact case with a lot of mounting options. you just be careful if you use a GPU - because a GPU like mine Palit Super Jet Stream GTX1080 is maybe too large for the case.