This build was a birthday present for my daughter. Wanted it to be light and easily portable because it's going to see a lot of traveling. My first build was really fun, but it felt too easy so I wanted something a little more challenging so I went with an itx build. This case is known for running hot so I did a few mods. Reinverted the inverted mobo, made a blowhole in the bottom of the case and added a 120mm fan which took care of the gpu getting too hot. The cpu is still a little hotter than I'd like, but this particular i3 achieves it's high clock speeds by completely sacrificing temps. I'm still going to try a few more things to get the temp down on it. I also added the chrome feet and handle which gave it a little pop, but also serves a purpose. More storage is on the way, but I'm hoping to find some great deals on ssd come black friday. I think some custom cabling would look great on this build so I've been studying up on it and may attempt it soon.
Peripherals- since they're not listed on this site I figured I'd mention them on here. Cheap, Nothing fancy about this mouse/keyboard set from Corn, weird name but you won't forget it. They run on AAA batteries if I remember correctly, only been using a month so I'm not sure how long the battery life in them will be. No backlights. They're small, but not too small. Wireless range is at least decent because I was using them from my sofa and PC was about 15ft away. They also make a pink set and a white set.
OS- windows 10. I'm only mentioning this because there are some reviews, even fairly recent ones, that say windows 10 doesn't work with this mobo, but for me it worked perfect.