Hello there, I apologise if this is below par for the build log forum; but I thought I'd throw my current build in here as it's been through upgrades.. My current PC is an mITX gaming-centric build, put inside a Fractal Design Node 304. It was an upgrade from an Q6600 mATX PC. In order to save money I opted to keep using the GFX card (XFX HD6950 1GB) when I upgraded, with plans to upgrade to a better card when the money became available. The specs on my "base" Node 304: MB: Gigabyte H87N-Wifi CPU: Intel i5 4570 3.2GHz Cooler: Silverstontek NT07 (effectively the same as a stock cooler, but with a low speed adaptor to reduce noise) RAM: 1x8GB G.Skill RipJaws 1600MHz (but runs at 1333MHz) GFX: XFX HD6950 1GB OS: Win 7 Home Premium SSD: Samsung 840 240GB HDD1: WD Green 1TB HDD2: Seagate Barracuda 1TB PSU: FSP Raider 550W Apologies for the poor pic - It was taken during the upgrade on my cellphone & it didn't handle the lighting well; but it's the only one I have of what the original looked like. I've recently undertaken a number of upgrades to take the Node to where I'd like it to be, but I'm still waiting on the $$$'s for a decent graphics card upgrade (probably a GTX970 or price equivalent AMD). Primarily swapping the H87N-Wifi for an Asus Z97I-Plus (for the better on-board audio as well as better CPU socket position); the cooler to a BeQuiet Shadow Rock Slim; PSU swap to Fractal Design Integra M 550W (for semi-modular cable management to improve cable clutter). Also out of the blue a friend offered me a swap of my i5 4570 for an i7 4770, that I jumped at. So my "new" Node is: MB: Asus Z97I-Plus CPU: Intel i7 4770 3.4GHz Cooler: BeQuiet Shadow Rock Slim RAM: 1x8GB G.Skill RipJaws 1600MHz (running at 1632MHz) GFX: XFX HD6950 1GB OS: Win 7 Professional SSD: Samsung 840 240GB HDD1: WD Green 1TB HDD2: Seagate Barracuda 1TB PSU: Fractal Design Integra M 550W. As you can see there is little, to no, cable management options available in the Node 304, so I've had to resort to bundling & cable tying as best I can, the decision to upgrade to a semi modular PSU paid off there. I've also decided to ignore the 304's pre-installed fan controller and run the case fans from the motherboard's fan headers. This allowed me to remove the Molex power cable; leaving only a single 3 point SATA power cable & the PCIe cable as the only installed power cables. This has had the effect that the noisiest thing in my case are the HDD platters; until the GFX card fan kicks in. Thanks for reading to the end and allowing me to share.