Heya everyone! I wanted to share the build that I finished a couple months ago. The build log was already finished but I'll just upload the important bits here for you to look at and maybe get some tips as well I do want to thank Corsair again for supplying me with some RAM for the build. The specs: Intel Xeon E3 1230 V3 Gigabyte Z87n-WiFi Corsair H60 2013 Edition EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX 3GB Corsair 2x8GB Vengeance Pro 1866 Mhz Corsair RM 650 2x Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB Crucial MX100 256GB Bitfenix Phenom Bitfenix Spectre Pro 230mm Bitfenix Spectro Pro 120mm PWM It's also running a dual boot with Windows 8.1 Pro and Mac OS X Mavericks for all my audio needs. Please do not be too critical of the photography in this log as most of it was done on a cheapo Lumia 535 without some proper lighting or time! I started out with the case. Since it has such limited front intake I decided to fix that first of all. Before: After: Then it was time to unplug all the front panel connectors that I didn't need (pwr_led, reset switch, HDD LED and audio jacks) to prevent cable clutter in this smaller build. Stripped the stock fans and the SSD cage on the side panel. All ready for the build. Some Photosoups I did of ideas for this build: Some storage modding and fitting. And some spraypainting. Dutch news papers for all you lot to decipher. Was not looking forward to cable management in this case. Pretty tight fit. Fans look good (or in my own opinion at least). Tiny motherboard is tiny. Liking the white bracket for the H60, makes it stand out a bit more on the black hardware and ties all the whites together nicely. Ram modding: Front fan hub needed some work to suit the build, rather than a boring information sticker. Didn't have the money for custom braided cables, but luckily if you buy a set of white ones, textile markers works wonders GPU needs a new paint job too. Ew, glossy plastic. Matte black PCI brackets is where it's at. Bit of glue! Needed some extra light for these stupid tiny things Not bad. Needs more backplate though. White paint on, but unfortunately cut-out were needed for the ITX build.