Aria Dominator 560Ti System Review
Of course this is only half the battle if it's all been thrown together by a technophobic YTS kid, but thankfully the build quality of the Dominator Ti is outstanding.
If a cable can be routed out of sight, and therefore out of the way of the airflow, it has been. Everything inside has a very clean look to it and clearly a lot of care has been taken over the building of your system. It belies the price.
Anyone who has built their own knows that the main problem area is always the front panel corner as not only is there a wealth of cabling but it's also where the PSU cables are to be found. As you can see here Aria have solved the problem well, taking full advantage of the CM690 IIs cut-outs.
That isn't to say that once you pull back the wizards curtain you find it all crammed it haphazardly either as behind the motherboard tray is as tidy as one could hope with the modern plethora of cables.
In keeping with the allowance for user expandability there are some spare power connectors, rather than the "exactly as many as you need and no more" that you get from certain system builders.
It's always the little things that impress. Take care of the details and you know that care has been taken over the rest. Even the drive cables have been tied nicely and neatly. All in all it's highly impressive.