I had posted a version of this PC a little bit ago, but I've made some changes to it, taken some more/slightly better pictures and wanted to give people a better look.
This build was a project over the summer to build a small, portable, PC. It originally started in a Node 202, but that was too heavy and still felt big. The Lian-Li, despite being technically "bigger" by volume, feels much smaller and due to it's aluminum build is so much lighter. It actually feels portable.
The 1600x was one of the first parts I bought, and probably not the most optimal choice for a build this small given it's 95w TDP. I tried several cooling solutions to tame it. The Noctua L9i and Cryorig C7 weren't able to keep it from throttling with any fan config. But the H60 works perfectly. It keeps temps in the 30's idling and under 60 at load.
The 1070 is the most recent addition and it fits perfectly. It does get pretty warm, and caps out at 82, losing a bit of its boost. But that's probably more the fault of the airflow in the case then the card. I may mod some vents into the bottom of the case in the future to give the GPU a bit more air.
I'm pretty pleased with the total package and the way it turned out. Everything packs up into the Ape Case bag and the Tusko gives the monitor a shoulder strap which makes the whole outfit super portable.