Yes, the name is sarcastic.
The GPU was originally going to be a RTX 2070, but I got the beefier one for my birthday back in July.
There is an error in the parts list, but that is because I have an external optical drive.
I had this built about a week prior to posting, but I was waiting for my V1Tech cables to finish the cable management. So far, it is exactly what I want. I know there are like 30 builds on here that have a similar component parts list. But this one is mine and I love it. I will post more temps and pictures with a better camera when I get/take them.
I am well aware that the NZXT logo is sideways on my AIO. It works exactly the same as it being the "correct" orientation. A lot of the mini ITX motherboards/RAM combinations don't have the clearance to put it in the "correct" way. I didn't want to put unnecessary strain on my RAM or block out their RGB. It does not bother me and I do like that it keeps the tubes up and out of the center of the case so I can see all my shiny things.
10/24 update: photos and a couple parts reviews:
Photo 1: Superposition 4K bench score. I was fiddling with clocking the GPU for a long while, but ended up keeping it close to default. The Founder's Edition is set to work with EVGA's Precision X1, so I used that to tweak. The fans default come at 41% usage on this card and are practically inaudible. I bumped it up to 70% which is still really quiet, especially with any sort of noise coming from speakers or the TV that is also in the room. I adjusted the memory as well, haven't seen a visible difference, but I'll update as I go and keep my clocking and temps current.
Photo 2: I changed the radiator position so it is sitting a little higher and the tubes weren't stressed so much at the front (thank you, MacDiddy for pointing that out and making me look again!)
I was originally going to get the i7-8700k, but this one (at the time) was only $5 more so I opted for this one. This has lived up to my standards and hasn't let me down yet. I haven't overclocked it, but I may in the future.
I wanted an ITX board with a Thunderbolt port and this one delivered. I don't have a designated plan for it, but I am sure that I would be kicking myself down the line when more thunderbolt port accessories and connections come about. The wireless internet and Bluetooth built in pleasantly surprised me. I haven't had a single issue with not connecting to the internet or losing any of my Bluetooth devices. The BIOS is pretty easy to figure out and looks clean. The layout of the board is intuitive and I had no issues with it whatsoever.
No issues whatsoever. The RGB software is intuitive, if not a little clunky. It is easy to match colors with Razer's Chroma and NZXT's CAM software.
I upgraded from an old computer with a GTX 970. This beauty is a pleasant change. It is mildly irritating that I can't change the light color, but at least I can dim it with EVGA's Precision X1.
Definitely glad I got the SF for this build. I did need to get extensions for the 8-Pin ATX and 24 Pin. The 8 pin was stretched taunt in a straight line from the PSU to the plugin for the motherboard, I wanted to tuck it out of the way and not stress the port so I just got a basic cable extension off amazon.