A couple of weeks ago I got it into my head I needed a ITX HTPC. Needed to be small too and let me run a watercooled GPU and CPU. Enter the SG13..... small (11.5L), cheap ($57) and can take a 120mm radiator with a claimed room of 90mm being available. So I gathered some bits, bought a ITX board....and then a different GPU.....and another SSD and the case and went for it. Parts are: Silverstone SG13 Mesh front panel version Silverstone 140mm ST60F-PS PSU (80 Plus gold on 240v) i7 6700K (to be replaced with a i3 6100 I have here when I get my big Z170 board back from RMA) Asus Z170I Pro Gaming motherboard G.Skill 3866c18 2x4GB (to be replaced with 16gb of slow ram) Gainward Phantom GTX 760 with EK FC670 block (170mm long) XSPC Raystorm CPU block Phobya 220 pump Alphacool XT120mm radiator Lite On 256gb m.2 SSD 700 GB 2.5" HDD 7 x 1/4" Bitspower Barbs 1 x 1/4" EK Barb 2 x 90 degree Rotaries 7 x 45 degree Rotaries (what I had......90 degree will be much better) EK Matt black tubing (7/16 press fit on the 1/4" barbs) Didn't take too many photos as I just cracked on and built it but here they are. Worked out layout to plan my runs. Goal was to use the rad as my res so the pump draws from the lower tank. Loop order is pump -> GPU -> CPU -> Rad -> The put the tubing in which was a bit of a shitfight with the bitspower barbs an the ek tubing. I knew it would be but I have a bunch of EK Barbs here too (but are silver) and they are a good deal easier to get in due to the rounder profile on their leading edge. So I got plumbed. Then I bled it. My test bench came in handy as it has a fan controller which I normally run the phoyba pump off. So bridged the PSU, pulled the CMOS battery connector and went to town. I made use of extra tubing I normally use on the test bench so I could really fill it and get bubbles out without having to worry about liquid dribbling everywhere. To pour neatly I just jam the spout of the watering can into the longest piece of orange tubing. One little leak on a connector to the rad (I only ever go finger tight but I had been slack on that one) and it all bled up. Took about 350mL all up which surprised me. Didn't expect that much. Used Tectaloy red car coolant concentrate and demin water to keep things nice and protected..... pity no clear tubing in this build... yet. I will post some results but currently hitting 52 degrees running 4c8t at stock 4.0Ghz. Played Forza and got max CPU temp of 57 degrees (forza is odd it flogs the hell out of 2 cores....even on my 4930K) and GPU temp of 44 degrees after about an hour gaming. After it was bled I threw it together and started using it so no photos currently. My only comments are.... the little CMOS batter connector is a prick to get back in. And the power button etc. connectors was a bit tight too. All the necessary cables fitted in the case under the standard HDD/SSD mounting plate. Currently the fan on the PSU seems to be the noisiest part of the build and the fan I used is a rubbish NZXT case fan. Future improvements likely to be: 4 x 90 degree rotaries Silverstone SX500-LG 500W SFXL PSU (PP05 short cable kit would cost $30 might as well just get a more suitable PSU) Aiming to get my main games and benching software loaded up this weekend and put it through a bit more of a punishing set of tests.