Project goal is to design and build a powerful as possible gaming rig into a small as possible enclosure. Note: I place captions below photos. Start by building a temporary structure to help mock up equipment locations. This will be my first use of water cooling even though it is just an AIO unit. The key to this build is this Mini-ITX sized GTX 760 from MSI. Gigabyte has been a sponsor of mine since 2006. This is the WiFi version of their Z97 Mini-ITX gaming board. I chose this over their GA-Z97N-Gaming 5 board because I didn't need the onboard Killer NIC and liked the idea of having dual HDMI instead of just one. Gigabyte was also gracious enough to provide me with one of Hi Cookie's i7-4770K Intel Engineering Sample CPUs. Silverstone has been a sponsor of mine for over ten years. For this project I'm using the modular cable version of their 450W SFX PSU. Here it is sitting next to their hard wired version. Modular cables are awesome but for this design so are the fan and power cable connector locations. Kingston HyperX is a new sponsor. They provided me with this 480GB SSD which will be the system's only drive. They also sent me this 8GB Fury kit rated at 1866MHz. I found an old Silverstone PCIE riser card and thought this setup would demonstrate the size of the video card compared to the MB. I considered using this in a design idea but in the end passed on it. Thanks for looking.