Thank you to EK Water Blocks, ASUS ROG UK, Silverstone Technology, Samsung, Nvidia, Bitspower and of course JR23 for collaborating on this project. For a long time we had been planning a new ITX build, getting parts ready and running through new case ideas, but the daily pressures of keeping Parvum moving forwards stood in the way of devoting any serious work hours to a project. However that very rapidly had to change when one of our work rigs started showing serious signs of old age. With a sketchy RAID0 array and everything bordering 5 or so years old the best way forwards was to quickly round up all the fresh parts and get a rig together. That being said, our office rigs have some serious standards to live up to! So JR23 was summoned to Parvum HQ at the soonest available opportunity and instructed to bring some new case designs along with him. We had already discussed this build a while back, penciled to use an old Maximus VI Impact with EK monoblock and even drafted some layout concepts. Rather than waste this fresh thinking we picked it back up, threw in some fresh hardware and reworked it all into an elegant build that wouldn't be too time consuming. Case - Parvum i1.0 Prototype CPU - Intel i7-7700k Motherboard - ASUS ROG Strix Z270i RAM - Corsair Dominator Platinum 2x8GB 3866C16 GPU - EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti SSD - Samsung 960 Pro 1TB x2 RAID1 PSU - Silverstone SX800-LTI SFX 800W Titanium Fans - EK Vardar F1-120 x6 CPU Block - EK Strix Z270i monoblock GPU Block - EK FC Titan X Pascal - Nickel Plexi Radiator - EK PE240 x2 Pump/Res - EK XRES 100 SPC-60 MX x2 Tubing - EK HD 10/12mm - Acrylic Fittings - Bitspower Deluxe White (C47) Most unusually this time we start with the case rather than hardware. Everything had been measured and modeled ready for the build so the case could be cut straight off with no pass through's to add in or mounts required. Ice cream! May have noticed by the odd M.2 placement that this isn't an old V Impact and that's the main reason it got swapped for this one. A 1TB 960 Pro in the back... ...and another 1TB 960 Pro in the front of this awesome little Strix Z270i. While everything theortically should of just fitted together obviously, mistakes were made, and the radiators didn't match up exactly with the drawings for the case. But thankfully enough rotaries can quite literally solve any problem. So rather than joining the rads in the middle we dropped below and joined the bottom port on each, sneaking around the other port. Quickly checked the midwall fitted properly with our new fitting fix, crisis avoided, new side panel not necessary. Fans! Very slow ones, and lots of them. Without wanting to add a fan controller we didn't have or overload the board with loads of fans and pumps joining all 6 fans together was the neatest option, first they were all cut to the same length.