Great case for a creative quiet build
I did a build with this case a couple of weeks ago. Overall, I'm quite pleased with the result.My parts:* Silverstone SFX-L 500W 80 plus gold* ASRock H97M-ITX/ac motherboard with Xeon 1231 CPU* Noctua NH-L12 heatsink (120mm fan won't fit on the heatsink in this case, but fits easily over the graphics card)* Silverstone SST-FW121 fan for CPU intake (much quieter than the Prolimatech vortex; using one of the Noctua low-noise adapters and connected to CPU fan control)* Akasa Apache AK-FN057 for second graphics intake* AMD 7850 graphics card, with supplied fan and air-bracket removed but heatsink retained* http://www.amazon.co.uk/607/dp/B005ZKZEQA (Gelid PWM adapter for GPU, used to power the Noctua 120mm fan attached to case inlet)Thoughts:The PSU is a bit more than necessary for the build, but super-quiet. You don't actually need a modular PSU for this build. The case I received has too small an inlet for SFX-L PSUs. I drilled out extra holes, de-burred the edges with a file, and repainted. Annoyingly long job, but reasonable result.There are 4 HD mounts: two 2.5" mounts on the graphics bay adapter, one 2.5" mount by the PSU and one 3.5" mount above the PSU. Using the 2.5" mount near the PSU will be next-to impossible with a modular SFX-L PSU (though you'll have to disassemble half the case to mount/unmount a drive here in any case). Using the 3.5" mount is possible but makes cable management harder; if possible avoid. If you need extra mounts you could probably put a 2.5" drive in the optical drive bay or 3.5" bay, or maybe even two 3.5" drives behind the optical drive if not using a long graphics card (you'll need to make a bracket).There is loads of room by the graphics card bay, hence my "creative" solution to cooling the graphics card. It works great, though you need to use MSI Afterburner or similar to increase fan speeds under load. Note that even with longer graphics cards there will be plenty of room for large fans AND an optical drive.Despite four-five running fans (PSU fan doesn't always run), this set-up is almost silent on light loads or even with moderate CPU usage, _if_ there are no spinning hard-drives. Of course the graphics card fan needs to be ramped up for gaming, but it's still quite reasonable.Summary: with a bit of work, you can have a pretty small, very quiet, almost no-compromise computer in this case, except for limited hard-drive mounting (and spinning drives are a little noisy).