Sponsored by: Thanks to Parvum I'm back again for another build. 2 Projects in one year cant be a bad thing Parvum saw my ROTM winning build based on a custom S2.0 they produced for me and asked if I'd be interesting in testing out their unreleased, but forthcoming mini ITX case... how could I refuse! Thanks to Parvum for the support. For those of you who dont know them, they are a small UK based company (2 people!) specialising in acrylic cases that are extremely mod-able and based on community feedback. Their current case, the mATX S2.0 can be bought here in the UK via OCUK. Those outside the UK would do well to contact them directly via their website: http://www.parvumsystems.com/ For those interested, my previous builds can be found below: Micro but Mighty: http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/guru3d-rig-of-the-month-april-2014,1.html http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=388079&highlight=micro+mighty Obsidian Red http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=348082&highlight=Obsidian+red TJ07 Dual Loop: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=241936&highlight=TJ07+dual+loop On to this build! Hardware so Far: Case: Parvum Systems mini ITX Motherboard: MSi Z97I CPU: Pentium G3258 Anniversary Edition PSU: Silverstone SFX Series 450W Modular. I'm really looking forward to giving the little pentium a run - it reminds me of the CPU's I used to buy when I first started out - cheap, but v.overclockable! Hardware will be mid range as you can tell, but well balanced. I'm intending to use this build to test out a couple of new techniques/ideas for me that I may transfer to my main rig if they work out ok: 1) Heatshrinkless cable braiding using paracord: 2) Rigid tubing! The system will be watercooled of course!