So here is where we start building the PC. First things first we need to screw in the standoffs for the motherboard. These where quite hard to screw in really.
Once done the rear IO backplate goes in and then you can seat your motherboard, in our case a Mini ITX AMD E350 motherboard from MSI.
Mounting it is easy, as right now there is plenty of space to work with. You should already seat your memory though.
Fractal Design also produces power supplies, and what to get the looks all lined up we'll be using a Integra R2 650 Watt PSU. They unfortunately are not modular, but with the chassis having no windows or see through side panels, we don't mind. These puppies are 80+ Bronze certified.
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