Like always, love your build. The only thing I would add to it is a small piece of plexiglass on each side just to "enclose" the build. With holes for the fans i really think it would take your build to another level.
So, I've made some improvements to the top cover, relocated screws for the top grill because it would've hit the motherboard, adjusted leds holes to the right size and recessed the power switch to make is flush with the top cover. I also added a tab in the front and a screw hole to keep it in...
Dummy parts are ready! Ordered a small 12MM power switch with white LED and dual USB 3.0 connectors.
Now I just need to wait for the USB to get here to make sure the housing case is correct before first print! Pretty happy now!
I will have to turn the SSD holding system by 90 degrees and adjust top grill screw holder because it is hitting against the motherboard right now but overall pretty happy.
Tell me what you guys think!
There is also insanelymac that have alot of infomation that you could lookup: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/328831-success-asrock-h110m-gm2-with-macos-high-sierra/
To moderators, sorry if this is not permitted here ;)
@albarreto You might want to look at other tabs in the upper part of this forum. There is people here that have the knowledge and would be willing to help you. Start by having a look here, you will then be able to choose a forum to post your questions...
Honestly I cannot remember what version I used but I remember it took me about 2 weeks to figure a way to get HDMI sound working. That part was a pain in a**!!
But yeah, clover is a steep learning process, but once you understand you it works it's a brilliant tool.