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  1. Project SkyVue is a water-cooled mini-ITX mid-range gaming tower finished in African Sapele wood with polished aluminum trim. Major features include a GTX 960 video card, a blower-based low-profile water-cooling system and an M.2 PCIe SSD. The project consists of two main components; the interior chassis and the external enclosure. The decorative enclosure slides down to cover the chassis and is not connected in any other way. The internal chassis can operate autonomously. SkyVue took 240 hours to design and build over an eight week period in 2016. All of the work was done by myself using various hand tools, a Dremel rotary tool and a cordless drill. Specs: Intel Core i5-6600K Gigabyte GA-Z170N-WIFI Mini-ITX Motherboard Gigabyte 4GB GTX 960 Video Card Corsair H5 SF Low-Profile Liquid Cooler Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 System Memory Kingston HyperX Predator 240GB M.2 SSD Corsair Neutron XT 2.5" 480GB SSD Silverstone SFX ST30SF 300W Power Supply Project Log: An aluminum case is modified to provide for the water-cooler exhaust vent. The mounting system for the Corsair H5 SF water-cooler shares three of the four motherboard mounting screws. Thanks for looking!