ITX Mk I - Creating an ITX case with full watercooling support ITX Mk I Hello everyone here at bit-tech, and welcome to my buildlog! Since this winter I have been planning to build an ITX case, with support of full lenght graphic cards, an SFX PSU and watercooling possibilities, that would satisfy even the most hardcore overclocker. I spent a good amount of time in Sketchup, and eventually came up with something I liked. It was almost like the final design, but instead of an SFX PSU I had planned to use an 1U like the one featured in eVGA's Hadron cases. After a bit of feedback on a danish hardware site, I redesigned a few bits of the case and ended up with the final design. Hardware used in the build: Motherboard NEW Asus Maximus Impact VII CPU Intel Pentium G3258 Graphicscard Zotac nVidia GTX 670 2 Gb PSU Silverstone ST45SF - 450 watt, bronze Storage NEW Corsair Performace Series 120 gb SSD RAM NEW - 2x4 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666 Mhz, CL11 Watercooling EKWB CoolStream PE 240 and PE 120 radiator Gentle Typhoon AP15s Laing DDC 10 watt with Phobya top Fittings will mostly be Alphacool EKWB Supremacy CSQ Nickel/Plexi CPU cooler EKWB GTX 680 CSQ Acetal/Nickel GFX cover The final size ended up with 30 x 30 x 23 cm, which puts it roughly between the size of the Parvum ITX case and the Corsair 250D. Still a lot smaller than the very popular Bitfenix Prodigy. Materials was originally planned to be 2 mm aluminium, but due to lack of funds, and not being able to find a vendor that could help me with the cutting, I ended up with 3 mm acryllic, with the exception of the top plate and the mid plate, which will be made out of 5 mm acryllic for increased strenght and stability.