My first build in life, this Mini ITX Computer was assembled from some friend used PSU that was abandoned in a corner. The goal of the build was to create a solid and actual 1080p configuration staying low in budget and dimensions. I could invest in an over average GeForce & SSD because I got an almost free PSU and Warehouse Deals monitor for only 70€. I could use the stock Intel dissipator and save more. The configuration is destined to reach the 16Gb of DDR4-2400Mhz RAM that will be a basic feature in year 2020 I guess. In this final quarter of 2017 the memory cost is still incredibly high and I couldn't save much in the 8Gb RAM & 250Gb SSD. Building this in 2016 could cost less but with a slighty slower CPU. When assemblying, I was concerned in space and cable management, but finally closing the case I was surprised in how much free space I left. The PSU was semi-modular, which is a must in mini-itx I assume, and it helped the "mini" graphics card. The 110 Elite Cooler Master case performed perfectly. When the whole thing booted for the first time without any problem I almost fell in tears. After some software installation and updatings, the system is incredibly fast. I came from a 2010 HP laptop and can't describe how much faster this computer is.