I decided to build a new gaming PC with mostly "top tier" items. For instance, I went with the i9-9900k and the Samsung PRO m2 drive. With that being said, the GPU is not the 'absolute' best, since it is a 2080 (non-ti) and I am only using 16 GB of RAM. With that being said, I'm very happy with how this build came out and the performance of it. The most unique part about this build is the monitor inside of the case. This was done by using the 5" monitor mentioned in the part list and a 3D printed bezel (available for sale here) to hold the monitor where an SSD would typically go. The temps are being shown via NZXT's CAM software.
I used two separate builds from PCPP for inspiration - this one and this one. I also chose to do fan cooled with a large heatsink, rather than water cooled since I like the look better and I didn't want to risk any future leakage on to the parts. The only negative here is that, since the case is so small, the GPU does get warm at 82 degrees under full load. I am currently experimenting with replacing the front 2x intake beQuiet fans with 2x Noctua fans to help with this. I can also change the fan curve on the CPU fans as well as add another 2 fans if needed. While 82 degrees is warm, there is no thermal throttling for the GPU and the CPU remains cool under load.
*Better pictures to come