This build took longer than I originally planned - which almost entirely revolved around order, ship, and wait time through the course of 3 CPU coolers before landing on just the right fit on the 4th. The intent wasn't to use an AIO in a mini-itx, but for the first two semi-passive cooler attempts, it was either to wide (cryorig C7 - interfered with dual 80mm rear exhaust), or a measly 5-6mm to tall (phanteks phtc12dx). Then I made the executive decision to switch to a 120mm AIO (w/ side panel minimal custom drilled mount), but for my first try there, I didn't like the build quality of the unit (TT Water 3.0), so pulled it. But finally, saved the best for last, and landed on the Deepcool Captain 120ex - perfecto! It's all in the details - the primary color is obviously white, with obligatory black, but upon closer look, copper is the oh so sweet accent color. Custom painted knurled screw mounts, rear panel closure, aluminum cable combs, and even the power buttons.