Hello all, You may or may not have seen my last post from a little over half a year ago which was a 18L machine made from makerbeams. All the images got deleted so I thought I might as well start a new thread. Over these months I have made huge changes to the build, swapping out the ATX mb for a ITX mb and swapping out a ATX PSU for a SFX PSU. With those changes the build now stands at 13L with a monster zotac graphics card! Aside from the makerbeam I have also made acrylic panels (I would work with aluminum but I do not have access to a machine that can) and interior plates for the build and as of now they are almost done! Specs: MB: Asus Z170i Pro Gaming CPU: i5 6600k (Delidded) Ram: HyperX Fury 8GB x 2 Cooler: Raijintek Pallas SSD: Samsung EVO M.2 500GB GPU: Zotac 980ti AMP! Omega PSU: Corsair SF600 This build is focused on being as minimal and compact as possible while not sacrificing performance, hence the full sized graphics card and the delidded CPU. Currently the delidded 6600k is running 4.7Ghz @ 1.4v with very comfortable temps despite the low profile cooler. The Zotac card has been painted white (originally grey) and it's glossy "carbon fiber" plastic parts sanded down to a matte black. The acrylic used is about 4mm in thickness. Monstrous Zotac 980ti AMP Omega! (The MB plate is missing because it's off for a little trimming, and the brown paper is just a layer or protective sticker) Vented bottom. The hexagonal pattern is surprisingly strong. Rubberized aluminum feet. The acrylic is a gloss black, this is a matte clear coat finish. Testing with flat white. Speck'd white maybe? not that great with paint though. MB on a previous revision of the plate. Cutout with access to CPU bracket and M.2 slot. As of now the most important thing is to make sure everything fits perfectly together (I have already gone through many failures and iterations!), after that I need to start worrying about what to do with the glossy surface, any suggestions are welcome!