After building a few pc's I decided to sell some and recoup the funds for a fresh build. A buddy of mine had some new cases for a good deal so I went to go pick those up and thats when I found the piece that got this build in motion, A Strix B350-itx motherboard and a Ryzen 7 1700 for $120.00. Upon buying this I came up with the idea that I would build a small form factor pc packed with power, I purchased a Strix 1080ti to keep the theme going and built everything in one of the cases that I bought from my friend which happened to be an mATX/itx case. After posting it for sale and sitting on it for a week I decided that it wasnt the right case and began to look into itx only cases and stumbled upon the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX which looked perfect. Upon purchasing I seen it was a very confined space in the case and stuffing the 1080ti in there was no easy task with literally almost no tolerances in any direction but it was achieved and the system looked great. I booted it up and ran it for a day to check temps and thats when I seen that the beast still needed to be tamed so I engineered a way to do a hardline custom loop with dual 240mm radiators, one of which is in a push / pull config with EK Vardar fans hidden in the top shroud to support the push/pull config and maximize on the space I had. I spec'd out and began to order parts needed. After everything arrived I got to work mapping out and planning each piece's layout, placement, and configuration. Bending the same sections over and over again until they looked just how I wanted, putting everything in to fit and removing it repeatedly and then finally, It was time to fill the loop and boot the beast into submission with my newly constructed cage of PETG. After all tests and benchmarks, I'm currently running my cpu at 3.95ghz @ 1.39v with temps ranging from 26c - 55c and my GPU at 2050mhz with temps ranging from 28c - 62c in idles and full loads. This completes my first loop, all thats left for now is to wait for Ryzen3000 to drop so I can upgrade the CPU.