Working on a mini-itx is certainly challenging. I'm glad I chose the Node 304 as this was my first build and if I had chosen anything smaller it would've been really hard to make it into a gaming build.
The i5's clock rate is stuck on turbo, that's why I put 3.8 for the clock rate. I never once saw it below 3800 MHz. if someone could shed some light on that I'd be grateful. ^
The motherboard didn't recognize my memory as 1600 right out of the box. I had to change the timings manually as well to 9-9-9-24.
As for the monitor, I have the 22EA53V-P (21.5") version, but I couldn't find it listed here.
The Under Load Temps I put are while gaming on ultra settings on The Witcher 2, Sleeping Dogs and Tomb Raider. The CPU actually reached 97° C When using Prime 95 in Real Temp. I have to admit the first time I used it, I got scared when it reached 86° C and hit the stop button XD. Then I did some research just for reassurance that the cpu has some fail-safe measure in place to protect it self.
All comments are welcome as this was my first build, and I welcome any new knowledge.