I wanted a small, powerful, and quiet build for my desk that was simple in design and would look good with the overall theme of my desk setup. After literally going through several cases I finally settled on the Silverstone SG13B. I absolute LOVE this case, its absolutely amazing especially considering the size and price. It manages to fit a full 10" video card, a 2.5" hard drive, a 3.5" hard drive, as well as a standard ATX power supply.
To keep cable clutter to a minimum I decided to go with a semi modular PSU from EVGA, and to keep noise to a minimum I opted for a low profile cpu cooler over the stock intel one. Overall I'm very happy with the results, temperatures for the cpu and gpu sit in the mid to low 60s on full load while playing games at highest setttings at 1440p. While stress testing with Intel burn test and Furmark brought the temperatures to mid 70s.
The only thing I didn't really like about the case was the logo at the front, I found it took away from the otherwise clean ascetics of the case. So I disassembled the front panel, sanded it down, then spray painted it black with 2-3 coats, followed by 2-3 coats of clear coat to protect the finish. I'm more than happy with the results, and find it looks much cleaner overall. It took Samsung 8 generations of their Galaxy phone before they finally decided to remove their logo from the front, and it looks much better as a result. When will companies learn to stop throwing their branding in your face.
All the parts are listed at the left, also I bought a couple of right angle usb adapters to house the xbox one controller wireless dongle and G933 headset usb dongle at the back of the computer for a cleaner look.
Please feel free to ask any questions you may have. I've built dozens of computers and this is the most fun build I've ever made.
Thanks for looking.