Thanks!Man that PSU of yours has some seriously long cables.. I guess it is probably a PCP&C 750w Quad Crossfire version, look at those cables from the front to the back, under the hdd cage, and still managed to come out..
But that looks real good.. Oh and that Antec is quite tall, I didn't know it was that big.. But the HAF is nice and tall and sexy lol..
It's actually a SLI version with an orange/red enclosure. The cables will be a bit of a problem once I try to stash them in the rear. I left them like that because I still need access to a couple of the leftovers, and they didn't argue when I put them there.
They are long enough I suppose. I would prefer another 6" on the main ATX line and EPS 8 pin / 12V 4 pin. The EPS line is just an inch too short to make it all the way to the mobo connection from behind the case. There is an extention that comes with the case, and I had to use that or route it on top of the mobo like in the first pics. I appreciate CM giving the extention, they knew there would be a problem with just about any PSU. They could have also included an ATX extention like in the Comos cases -- although I probably wouldn't use it, I am sure others will need one. I don't like having to add extra connection points on important connections like those two.
I also thought the HAF would be much larger than the P180, as it turns out it is just a little taller, a lot wider and a little longer. There is way more extra space inside though, because it doesn't waste space with seprerated chambers and drive bays. It is a LOT easier to work in.
Even when on my desk, I have more room because the mouse pad will fit underneath the case, there is a good sized gap to let air in the bottom intakes.