UPDATE 08/06/20178 - Better photos, removed HDD and added a 860 EVO.
Most parts came from my old ATX build. I'm only using the top 180mm (intake) and rear 120mm (exhaust) coolers. After running a stress test for 10 minutes (all cores @ 4.4GHz) the max temp was 72º C. CPU idle temps are around 26º C.
My PSU cable is quite weird so that was the only position I could make it work. I can't use the 120mm side fan unless I find an adapter.
Runs warmer than I expected (full load), coming from a 2600K. That's the only bad thing I can say about it. It's a beast.
I'm not impressed. I read a lot of good reviews but in the end it's almost the same as my old and cheaper TC. Tried to apply in different ways and the result was the same.
It was a pain to build for the first time but now that I understand how the case works it's quite nice and relatively easy to move things around. Of course not as easy as a full tower.
This case needs a lot of planning but I think it pays of in the end. It was the only SFF case (available where I live) that could fit most of my old ATX build parts while having decent air cooling options. All of that with 23 liters.
It's ugly af but it's small and cool.
Reviewers say good things about this PSU and I agree. But what I can say about it is that cables are too stiff and the sata energy connectors are so tight you might damage your disk, so be careful. Occasionally I can hear coil whine (not much) but that might be something with my network. If it gets worse I'm sure SeaSonic would send me a new one.